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redeeming

adjective re·deem·ing \-ˈdē-miŋ\

: making a bad or unpleasant thing or person better or more acceptable

Full Definition of REDEEMING

:  serving to offset or compensate for a defect <her performance is the film's redeeming feature>

Examples of REDEEMING

  1. The job's only redeeming feature is the employee discount.

First Known Use of REDEEMING

1631

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May 26, 2015
sacrilegious Hear it
grossly irreverent
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