(Phrases). Amantium ir; locus penitenti.
(Verbs). To forgive, pardon, excuse, pass over, overlook, forgive and forget, absolve, pass, let off, remit, reprieve, exculpate, exonerate.
To allow for; to make allowance for.
To conciliate, propitiate, pacify, placate, reconcile.
(Phrases). To make it up; to shake hands; to heal the breach; to kiss and be friends; to let bygones be bygones.
(Adjectives). Forgiving, etc., unreproachful, placable.
Forgiven, etc., unresented.
Rancour, vindictiveness, implacability, Nemesis.
Revenger, avenger, vindicator.
(Verbs). To revenge, take revenge, avenge.
(Phrases). To wreak one's vengeance; to visit the sins on; to breathe vengeance; to have a bone to pick with; to have accounts to settle; to have a rod in pickle; to get a knife into; to take one's change out of.
To harbour vindictive feelings; to rankle in the breast.
(Adjectives). Revengeful, vindictive, vengeful, rancorous, unforgiving, pitiless, unrelenting, relentless, implacable, rigorous.
(Phrases). "Æternum servans sub pectore vulnus"; manet alta mente repostum.
(Phrases). A jaundiced eye; the green-eyed monster.
(Verbs). To be jealous, etc.; to view with jealousy.
(Adjectives). Jealous, jaundiced, yellow-eyed, unrevenged, hornmad.
(Verbs). To envy, covet.
(Adjectives). Envious, invidious.
(Phrase). Alieni appetens.
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