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atone to make reparation for a sin, crime, error, or the like (usu. fol. by "for"). [2 definitions]
backslide to revert to moral wrongdoing or sin.
besetting constantly attacking, troubling, or preoccupying, as a temptation or sin.
clean free from sin; moral; pure. [1/12 definitions]
cleanse to purify, as of sin or guilt. [1/2 definitions]
crime an act against moral or natural law; sin. [1/3 definitions]
err to commit a sin. [1/3 definitions]
expiate to atone or make amends for (a sin, crime, offense, or the like).
expiation the act or the means of making amends, as for a sin or crime.
hubris the pride associated with arrogance; pride considered as sin.
Immaculate Conception the Roman Catholic doctrine that the Virgin Mary was conceived and born free of original sin.
impeccable incapable of sin or misdeed. [1/2 definitions]
justify to absolve of sin or error; declare or make free of blame or guilt. [1/4 definitions]
offend to violate or sin against (a law, religious precept, or the like). [1/5 definitions]
offense a violation of a law, rule, or standard of conduct; crime, sin, or breach of good conduct. [1/6 definitions]
original sin in Christianity, the sin of disobedience committed by Adam and Eve, for which they and all humans were made to suffer pain and mortality.
peccadillo a minor sin or offense, or a slight fault.
peccavi a confession of one's sin or guilt.
Pelagian of or concerning a doctrine, condemned as heresy by the Roman Catholic Church in 416 A.D., that denies original sin and asserts one's ability to achieve salvation through virtuous acts of free will.
plenary indulgence in the Roman Catholic Church, an indulgence that remits in full the temporal punishment still due to sin after absolution.
purge to clear of sin or guilt. [1/12 definitions]