redeem

Part of speech: adjective

Redeemable.

Part of speech: verb

To buy back; ransom; recover; deliver, as from sin.

Part of speech: verb

To fulfil.

Part of speech: verb

To make amends for.

Part of speech: noun

Redeemness.

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Usage examples "redeem":

  1. Neither did Helen know the terrible effort she had made to redeem the folly and the pride shown in her answer to Charles, the first and only time that he had ever ventured to disclose his love. - "The Vicar of Wrexhill", Mrs [Frances] Trollope.
  2. I struggled through my own strength to redeem myself, but I could not, nor can any man. - "The Personal Touch", J. Wilbur Chapman.
  3. He will redeem us from all our sins: and what do we need more? - "The Good News of God", Charles Kingsley.