Absolution-act of absolving; a freeing from blame or guilt; release from consequences,
obligations, or penalties.
state of being absolved.
Roman Catholic Theology.
a remission of sin or of the punishment for sin, made by a priest in the sacrament of
penance on the ground of authority received from Christ.
the formula declaring such remission.
Protestant Theology. a declaration or assurance of divine forgiveness to penitent
believers, made after confession of sins.
The act of absolving or the state of being absolved.
The formal remission of sin imparted by a priest, as in the sacrament of penance.
s-acquittal, amnesty, compurgation, exculpation, forgiveness, mercy, pardon, release,
acquitting, amnesty, clearance, deliverance, discharge, discharging, dismissal,
dismissing, exculpation, exemption, exoneration, freeing, letting off, liberation, pardon,
release, releasing, relief from, reprieve, vindication
a-blame, censure, conviction, denunciation, doom, sentence
Blatant-brazenly obvious; flagrant: a blatant error in simple addition; a blatant lie.
offensively noisy or loud; clamorous: blatant radios.
tastelessly conspicuous: the blatant colors of the dress.
Unpleasantly loud and noisy
s-unmistakable, overt, undeniable, obtrusive.arrant, bald, barefaced, brassy, clear,
conspicuous, crying, flagrant, flashy, flaunting, garish, gaudy, glaring, glitzy, impudent,
loud, meretricious, naked, obtrusive, ostentatious, outright, overbold, overt, plain,
prominent, pronounced, protrusive, screaming, shameless, sheer, showy, snazzy,
unabashed, unblushing, unmitigated
a-subtle, hidden, inconspicuous.
inconspicuous, quiet, subtle, unpronounced, silent
Creditable-bringing or deserving credit, honor, reputation, or esteem.
Deserving of often limited praise or commendation: The student made a creditable