condone + -ation?
condonation (countable and uncountable, plural condonations)
- The condoning of an offence.
- 1934, Robert Graves, I, Claudius, Penguin, 1953, Chapter 6, p. 72,
- After a time it was generally assumed that he could no longer be ignorant, and that his condonation of her behaviour was a further caution to silence.
- The forgiveness of matrimonial infidelity.