Americans are a forgiving people, a compassionate people, a people who are always ready to give a guy a second chance.
They are more forgiving if the temperature's not perfect.
She was usually such an easy-going and forgiving kid; it just wasn't like her to be so stubborn.
He sat there with his head down, obviously out of shame, and I can understand that, but we are a forgiving bunch on this side of the Chamber.
Throughout the cast, a peculiar kind of professionalism characterised a collection of poor performances which managed to be bad without ever having even a bit of forgiving personality.
And yet every tale is delivered with a forgiving chuckle, every outrage defused by the affectionate admiration that Davis couldn't help inspiring in his victims.
This tolerance is less forgiving than PCI and also requires layout designers to pay attention to an additional set of constraints.
There is a forgiving , arcade-style quality to the ride, as well as a helpful cornering aid, with arrows turning green once you have slowed to the optimum speed.
On reflection, we usually saw the wisdom of her more forgiving approach and learned that working cooperatively achieved more in the long run and certainly made life much more pleasant.
But as I have said earlier, the audience can be very forgiving (and sometimes inanely lauding) if the director is very giving.