(Adjectives). Penitent, repentant, contrite, repenting, self-reproachful, self-accusing, self-convicted, conscience- stricken or -smitten, etc.

    (Phrase). "Erubuit, salva res est."

    Not hardened, unhardened, reclaimed.

    (Adverbs). In sackcloth and ashes, etc., down on one's marrow-bones.

  • Impenitence (Substantives), obduracy, recusance, hardness of heart, a seared conscience, induration.
  • (Verbs). To be impenitent, etc.; to steel or harden the heart.

    (Phrase). To make no sign.

    (Adjectives). Impenitent, uncontrite, obdurate, hard, hardened, seared, recusant, relentless, unrepentant, graceless, shriftless, lost, incorrigible, irreclaimable, irredeemable, unatoned, unreclaimed, unreformed, unrepented.

  • Atonement (Substantives), reparation, compromise, composition, compensation 30, quittance, quits; propitiation, expiation, redemption.
  • Amends, apology, amende honorable, satisfaction, peace-offering, sin-offering, scapegoat, sacrifice, burnt-offering.

    Penance, fasting, maceration, sackcloth and ashes, white sheet, lustration, purgation, purgatory.

    (Verbs). To atone, expiate, propitiate, make amends, redeem, make good, repair, ransom, absolve, do penance, apologise, purge, give satisfaction.

    (Phrases). To wipe off old scores; set one's house in order; to pay the forfeit or penalty.

    (Adjectives). Propitiatory, piacular, expiatory.

4°. Moral Practice
  • Temperance (Substantives), moderation, forbearance, abnegation, self-denial, self-conquest, self-control, self-command, self-discipline, sobriety, frugality, vegetarianism.
  • Abstinence, abstemiousness, system of Pythagoras.

    A vegetarian, a teetotaller, a Pythagorean.

    (Phrase). The simple life.

    (Verbs). To be temperate, etc.; to abstain, forbear, refrain, deny oneself, spare.

    (Adjectives). Temperate, moderate, sober, frugal, sparing, abstemious, abstinent, Pythagorean, vegetarian, teetotal.

  • Intemperance (Substantives), epicurism, epicureanism, hedonism, sensuality, luxury, excess, animalism, pleasure, effeminacy; the lap of pleasure or luxury; indulgence, self-indulgence, voluptuousness.
  • Dissipation, licentiousness, debauchery, dissoluteness, crapulence, brutishness, revels, debauch, orgy.

    (Phrases). The Circean cup; system of Epicurus; the swine of Epicurus.

    (Verbs). To be intemperate, sensual, etc.

    To indulge, exceed, revel, dissipate; give a loose to indulgence, sensuality, etc.

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