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(Latin) veniabilis, from venia forgiveness, pardon.
Venial; pardonable. (obsolete) Sir T. Browne. -- Veniably,
(obsolete) Sir T. Browne.
Latin veniabilis, from venia forgiveness, pardon.
Adjective veniable (comparative more veniable, superlative most veniable) (obsolete) venial; pardonable (Can we find and add a quotation of Sir T. Browne to this entry?)
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