expiatory

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expiatory (comparative more expiatory, superlative most expiatory)

  1. Of or pertaining to expiation.
    • 18 January 1549, Hugh Latimer, Sermon of the Plough
      They would have us saved by a daily oblation propitiatory; by a sacrifice expiatory, or remissory.

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