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Definition of excuse:

  1. The act of excusing; a plea offered in extenuation of a fault or an irregularity.
  2. To free from the imputation of blame or guilt; to pardon; to free from an obligation; to remit or not to exact; to accept an apology for; to apologize for.

Google Ngram Viewer results for excuse:

This graph shows how "excuse" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Quotes for excuse:

  1. I write my plays to create an excuse for full -tilt acting and performing.
  2. He 's ruthless only because of his ideals. Unfortunately he doesn't succeed. The thing fails and gets out of hand and takes charge of him. Idealism is the only excuse he could have and it's a great excuse.
  3. I am in earnest- I will not equivocate- I will not excuse- I will not retreat a single inch- and I will be heard!
  4. We need to get some people in here. There's no passion out there. There's always an excuse. Nobody wants to step up and be a pro.
  5. When we forgive evil we do not excuse it, we do not tolerate it, we do not smother it. We look the evil full in the face, call it what it is, let its horror shock and stun and enrage us, and only then do we forgive it.

Rhymes for excuse:

  1. blues, booze, bruce, bruise, choose, confuse, cruise, cruse, defuse, deuce, disuse, duce, enthuse, fuse, goose, hughes, induce, infuse, juice, loos, loose, lose, luce, meuse, mews, misuse, moose, mousse, muse, news, noose, obtuse, ooze, peruse, produce, profuse, recluse, recuse, reduce, refuse, reuse, ruse, schmooze, seduce, shoes, sluice, snooze, spruce, suffuse, toulouse, transfuse, truce, use, zeus, boose, canoes, chuse, druse, tattoos, whose, clews, druze, sous, cruz, joos, luiz, roos, cues, glues, jews, taboos, spews, sues, pursues, brews, stews, shrews, reviews, queues, ensues, pews, coos, moos, renews, views, woos, twos, screws, hues, goos, crews, buse, luse, boos, dews, drews, dues, ewes, foos, hews, koos, kuse, mewes, oohs, ques, soos, tewes, tews, miscues, revues, kruse, coups, seuss, trues, skews, clues, who's;
  2. abstruse, abuse, accuse, adduce, amuse, bemuse, caboose, deduce, diffuse, accrues;
  3. disabuse, introduce, overuse, reproduce, kangaroos;
  4. overproduce, reintroduce;