Synonym: absolve, acquit, exculpate, excuse, exonerate, forgive, vindicate. Antonym: punish. Similar words: tear down, jeopardize, done, donor, hand on, done in, hold on, abandon. Meaning: ['pɑrdn /'pɑːdn] n. 1. the act of excusing a mistake or offense 2. a warrant granting release from punishment for an offense 3. the formal act of liberating someone. v. 1. accept an excuse for 2. grant a pardon to.
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2. Pardon me - I didn't hear what you said.
3. She asked him to pardon her rudeness.
4. I hope you will pardon me for that slip.
5. Pardon me for disturbing you.
6. The Pardon Board has no power to stop execution.
7. Pardon my ignorance, but what exactly is ergonomics?
8. Pardon all men, but never thyself.
9. Please pardon me for not arriving soon.
10. The government offered a free pardon to the rebels.
11. He was granted a pardon after new evidence had proved his innocence.
12. He went there to ask her pardon(sentencedict.com), but the words stuck in his throat.
13. I beg your pardon.
14. I entreated your pardon.
15. Pardon my asking, but is that your husband?
16. Beg pardon, but have you seen my ball-pen?
17. I must crave your pardon.
18. I hope you will pardon me for doing so.
19. I hope you'll pardon me saying so.
20. Pardon my ignorance,[http://Sentencedict.com] but what is a 'duplex'?
21. 'I beg your pardon?' she giggled.
22. Pardon me, I have to use the john.
23. He had actively sought a pardon from the president.
24. I was impolite and I do beg your pardon.
25. Pardon my ignorance, but what does OPEC stand for?
26. She asked for pardon for her crime.
27. We must pardon the young man his little faults.
29. If sb. says sth. that you do not hear, you can say "I beg your pardon?" or " Pardon?" so they will say it again.
30. A wilful fault has no excuse and deserves no pardon.