Examples of redemption in a Sentence
the redemption of his reputation
a sinner's search for redemption
Recent Examples of redemption from the Web
Nagasu has called the world championship a shot at redemption after missing out on gold at the Games in February.
In the final episode of Radical Beauty, Harlem divulges his struggle with a codeine addiction, his redemption as a father, and — of course — his awe-inspiring hair.
Kelly is an ex-military member who uses her hacker skills to seek redemption for her mother after she is wrongfully portrayed by the media.
Her fifth foul came on a basket by NNU's Avery Albrecht, who sank the free throw to complete the 3-point play and tie the game 63-63, setting the scene for Goo's redemption.
Americans love nothing more, the truism goes, than a good redemption story; Jimmy Kimmel, conscientious and Cronkitian, is currently starring in such a tale.
Buzz: Bradshaw gets redemption and is in the state tournament and will open with 3A-4 runner-up Huffman.
The women’s hockey team earned redemption against Canada in a thriller.
His redemption was from above, his peace perpetual.
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Origin and Etymology of redemption
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
REDEMPTION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of redemption for English Language Learners
: the act of making something better or more acceptable
: the act of exchanging something for money, an award, etc.
Christianity : the act of saving people from sin and evil : the fact of being saved from sin or evil
REDEMPTION Defined for Kids
Definition of redemption for Students
- The messy job was beyond redemption.
- redemption of empty soda cans
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