venial

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From Old French venial, from Late Latin veniālis (pardonable), from Latin venia (forgiveness)

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venial (comparative more venial, superlative most venial)

  1. Pardonable; able to be forgiven
    A venial sin.
  2. Excusable; trifling
    His venial youthful indiscretions.

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venial m

  1. venial

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