clemency [klem-uh n-see]
noun, plural clemencies.
1. the quality of being clement; disposition to show forbearance, compassion, or forgiveness in judging or punishing; leniency; mercy.
2. an act or deed showing mercy or leniency.
3. (of the weather) mildness or temperateness.
1. forgivingness, gentleness, mercifulness.
Origin: 1375-1425; late Middle English (< Anglo-French) < Latin clēmentia. See clement, -cy
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