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condone (verb), condones; condoned; condoning
1. To forgive or to approve of something that is considered to be wrong: When Sam’s aunt discovered that he had broken her favorite vase, she wanted to condone him because it happened accidentally and as a result he cried because he was so relieved.
2. To allow something, which is considered wrong, to continue: Articles about officials in a certain country are said to condone terrorism as described in the newspaper lately.

School officials said they would not condone the kind of behavior where children are bullied by other children.

To forgive or to overlook a misconduct.
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To ignore some bad behavior.
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