condonation

noun
con·do·na·tion | \ ˌkän-də-ˈnā-shən , -dō- \

Definition of condonation 

: implied pardon of an offense by treating the offender as if it had not been committed

First Known Use of condonation

1625, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for condonation

Medieval Latin condonatio remission, pardon, from Latin condonare to give away, absolve

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condonation

noun
con·do·na·tion | \ ˌkän-də-ˈnā-shən \

Legal Definition of condonation 

: voluntary overlooking or pardon of an offense specifically : express or implied and usually conditional forgiveness of a spouse's marital wrong (as adultery or cruelty)

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