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merciful

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmercifulmer‧ci‧ful /ˈmɜːsɪfəl $ ˈmɜːr-/ adjective  1 merciful death/end/release2 KINDbeing kind to people and forgiving them rather than punishing them or being cruel opp cruel Merciful God, save us.
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mercifulBut the reality is, ladies and gentlemen, I am being merciful.Who am I to be merciful?A merciful amnesia usually came with these comas and who could deny it was a blessing?Merciful GodWhile he was still fumbling four more of the shrieks blasted out of the ether; then there was a merciful silence.Le Bon Seigneur had been merciful to the Grand Duke and accorded him a fine day.
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