, Modern French excuser) apologize, make excuses; pardon, exonerate, from Latin excusare excuse, apologize, make an excuse for, plead as an excuse; release from a charge; decline, refuse, excuse the refusal of (source also of Spanish excusar, Italian scusare), from ex out, away . Through everything God made, they can clearly see his invisible qualities–his eternal power and divine nature

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