The act of condoning, especially the implied forgiveness of an offense by ignoring it.(noun)
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Use "condonation" in a sentence
"No doubt, in numberless instances, condonation is possible."
"Last week's term was condonation, which is defined as:"
"In technical language, any such forgiveness or overlooking is called condonation, and it is a complete bar to further action for the time being."