|part of speech:
||condoned, condones, condoning
||to pardon, disregard, or overlook voluntarily or without condemning.
He loathed cowardice and therefore could not condone his friend's spineless behavior.He condoned his brother's thievery.
||absolve, connive, countenance, excuse, forgive, overlook, sanction
||condonable (adj.), condoner (n.)