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Sentence count:99+2 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-03-14Updated:2017-03-14
Synonym: deliverfulfillmake goodpay offrecoverrescueSimilar words: redeemeddeemdaredevilcredenceredecorateredemptionpredecessorcredentialsMeaning: [rɪ'dɪːm]  v. 1. save from sins 2. restore the honor or worth of 3. to turn in (vouchers or coupons) and receive something in exchange 4. exchange or buy back for money; under threat 5. pay off (loans or promissory notes) 6. convert into cash; of commercial papers. 
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1 She is going to redeem her diamond ring.
2 You can redeem the coupon at any store.
3 They are planning to redeem land from the sea.
4 Jesus Christ came to redeem us from sin.
5 The amount required to redeem the mortgage was £358,587.
6 The eyes redeem the face from ugliness.
7 Work is the way that people seek to redeem their lives from futility.
8 The excellent acting wasn't enough to redeem a weak plot.
9 There are penalties if you want to redeem your mortgage early.
10 She managed to save enough money to redeem her jewellery from the pawn shop.
11 The government found itself unable to redeem its election pledges.
12 He tried to redeem the bank loan two years ago.
13 He has a chance to redeem himself after last week's mistakes.
14 He was able to redeem his watch from the pawnshop.
15 I give her the chance to redeem herself.
16 It was my chance to redeem myself.
17 Travelers can redeem the coupons for one-way flights.
18 Christ came to Earth to redeem us from our sins.
19 Liberated serfs would then redeem their debts over a period of years.
20 The only way we could redeem ourselves was by getting out of the first round.
21 The advantage is that you can redeem your vouchers for special deals on holidays, sporting events and theatre trips.
22 It failed to redeem the pledge, and now says it is no longer bound by the deal.
23 Labov's work to redeem, as it were,( underprivileged speech also entailed a revealing critique of more privileged forms.
24 He had realized the mistake he had made and wanted to redeem himself.
25 He spent the rest of the game trying to redeem himself after a first-minute mistake.
26 He buried himself in his work from morning till night to redeem the lost time.
27 Make sure you know exactly what you will be paying back when you plan to redeem the item.
28 There was a sense of we had to come back and redeem ourselves.
29 The system had failed so badly there was no way to redeem it.
30 Fifty-six of the schools responding to the survey said they are likely to redeem the credits.
More similar words: redeemeddeemdaredevilcredenceredecorateredemptionpredecessorcredentialsredefinitionpredetermineredevelopmentpredestinationdeepdeerindeeddeepencommandeerseemteemneemdeep in thoughtesteempre-emptpreemptneem treeesteemedseeminglyagreementself-esteempreemptive
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