English edit

Adjective edit

redeeming (comparative more redeeming, superlative most redeeming)

  1. Compensating for the faults of someone or something.
    His lack of punctuality was offset by his redeeming sense of humor.
    • 1961 October, “The winter timetables of British Railways: London Midland Region”, in Trains Illustrated, page 592:
      There are few redeeming features, if any, about the London Midland Region winter timetable.
  2. Able to save people from sin, error or evil.

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Verb edit


  1. present participle and gerund of redeem

Noun edit

redeeming (plural redeemings)

  1. An act of redemption.

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