1. The word derives from expiare, Latin for to atone for, a root that in turn traces to the Latin term for "pious." Expiate originally referred to warding off evil by using sacred rites or to using sacred rites to cleanse or purify something.
Expiare, Expiate, Evil
2. To atone for; make amends or reparation for: to Expiate one's crimes.
3. To make amends or reparation for; atone for: Expiate one's sins by acts of penance.
4. Expiate At every moment for the rest of eternity there will be sin that has not been Expiated, wrongs that have not been vindicated
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5. From the Cambridge English Corpus The assertion that known sin should be Expiated …
6. Expiate means to make amends or atone for a wrong you or someone else has committed
7. After the incident on the hill, a mortified Jill Expiated her guilt by buying Jack a brand new crown
8. To Expiate is defined as to admit you did something that was a sin or something you feel guilty about and to pay a penalty
9. 3 synonyms of Expiate from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 10 related words, definitions, and antonyms
10. Expiate: to make up for (an offense).
11. Descended of an ancient and noble family, he was doomed to Expiate a crime, of which he had been guilty, at Tyburn
12. 1888, Leo XIII, "Quod Anniversarius", Thus those pious souls who Expiate the remainder of their sins amidst such tortures will receive a special and opportune consolation, […; 1913, Edgar Rice Burroughs, The Return of Tarzan, Chapter VI, I am going out to Expiate a great wrong, Paul
13. To make amends or reparation for; atone for: Expiate one's sins by acts of penance.
14. Expiate (Crossword clue) We found 4 answers for “Expiate”. This page shows answers to the clue Expiate, followed by 3 definitions like “ Aby make amends for ”, “ To make amends for wrong ” and “ To purify with sacred rites ”
15. A synonym for Expiate is suffer.
16. To make up for something Examples of Expiate in a sentence To Expiate for breaking his neighbor’s window, John shoveled snow for three months
17. 🔊 During the sentencing, the victim’s mother said there was no way the murderer could Expiate for killing her only child
18. Conjugate Expiate in every English verb tense including present, past, and future.
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19. Synonyms for Expiate in Free Thesaurus
20. 8 synonyms for Expiate: make amends for, redeem, redress, atone for, do penance for, aby, abye, atone
21. Deleuze maintains that the father's punishing superego and genital sexuality are symbolically punished in the son, who must Expiate his likeness to the father
22. This is promoted by a system of rituals which reinvoke and celebrate the original passions of the primal crime, designed to Expiate feelings of guilt.
23. (v.t.) To make complete satisfaction for; to atone for; to make amends for; to extinguish the guilt of by sufferance of penalty or some equivalent; to make expiation for; as, to Expiate a crime, a guilt, or sin.
Extinguish, Equivalent, Expiation, Expiate
24. Expiate Meaning: "to make amends, atone for" (see expiation)
25. Related: Expiable (1560s); Expiated; expiating
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26. Expiate means to make reparations for a sin or wrongdoing, to pay the penalty for something you are guilty of doing
27. The word Expiate is derived from the Latin word expiare, which means to atone for.Expiate is also a transitive verb, related words Expiates, Expiated, expiating, expiation, expiator.
Expiate, Expiare, Expiates, Expiated, Expiating, Expiation, Expiator
28. Synonyms for Expiate include redeem, atone for, mend, offset, redress, square, absolve, amend, appease and atone
29. If you Expiate guilty feelings or bad behaviour, you do something to indicate that you are sorry for what you have done.
30. Definition of Expiate in the Definitions.net dictionary
31. What does Expiate mean? Information and translations of Expiate in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions …
32. Expiate - WordReference English dictionary, questions, discussion and forums
33. It will Expiate at God's tribunal
34. (Jane Eyre, by Charlotte Brontë) Again, I reflected that many of those who knew my brother had passed away, that all the facts need not come out, and that my death whilst under the suspicion of such a crime would cast a deeper stain upon our name than the sin which he had so terribly Expiated
35. Expiate something to accept punishment for something that you have done wrong in order to show that you are sorry He had a chance to confess and Expiate his guilt.
36. Definition and synonyms of Expiate from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Education.
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37. This is the British English definition of Expiate.View American English definition of Expiate.
38. This version also employs "Expiate" in the margin of several passages, eg
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39. Expiate EX'PIATE , verb transitive [Latin expio; ex and pio, to worship, to atone; pius, pious, mild
Expiate, Ex, Expio
40. See authoritative translations of Expiate in Spanish with example sentences, conjugations and audio pronunciations.
41. • He can be redeemed, he can confess his sins, he can Expiate his guilt
42. • But it helps to Expiate our imagined sins if we have a bogeyman to hand, a Drug Baron
43. • Possessing no ecclesiastic franchise, they Expiate their grief by posting an InMemoriam notice
44. Origin Expiate (1500-1600) Latin past participle of expiare, from pius; → PIOUS
45. Expiate Lyrics: The miles I've traveled now seem like withered time / Fixated on the rear view when I can't see ahead / For me to view a reflection without corruption / So a past won't dictate a
46. How to say Expiate in English? Pronunciation of Expiate with 1 audio pronunciation, 8 synonyms, 13 translations, 1 sentence and more for Expiate.
47. Find 25 ways to say Expiate, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
48. In the fairy tale, the baker must Expiate his father’s sins by bringing the witch three ingredients for a magic potion: a cow, a cape and a slipper
49. Expiate means to make amends or atone for a wrong you or someone else has committed.
50. Definition of Expiate written for English Language Learners from the Merriam-Webster Learner's Dictionary with audio pronunciations, usage examples, and count/noncount noun labels.
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51. He tried to Expiate his crimes by giving money to the church
52. He had a chance to confess and Expiate his guilt
53. But it helps to Expiate our imagined sins if we have a bogeyman to hand, a Drug Baron
54. Translation for 'to Expiate' in the free English-Spanish dictionary and many other Spanish translations.
55. Expiate To atone for; make satisfaction or reparation for; remove or endeavor to remove the moral guilt of (a crime or evil act), or counteract its evil effects, by suffering a penalty or doing some counterbalancing good.; Expiate To avert by certain observances.; Expiate Expired.
Expiate, Endeavor, Evil, Effects, Expired
56. Definition of Expiate verb in Oxford Advanced American Dictionary
57. What does Expiated mean? Simple past tense and past participle of Expiate
58. As verbs the difference between Expiate and atone is that Expiate is (transitiveorintransitive) to atone or make reparation for while atone is to make reparation, compensation, or amends, for an offence or a crime or a sin one has committed.
59. Expiate=xp(windows cd)+ate sala mera windows xp cd kha gya.iske liye usko pura pysa varne hoga(pay for/make amend for it) 3 2 sounds like expiry date:-if u buy anything which is already expired then the person selling that will make amends and give you the fresh piece.
Expiate, Expiry, Expired
expiate (verb) · expiates (third person present) · expiated (past tense) · expiated (past participle) · expiating (present participle)