Serdykuov was quietly “amnestied” last week, amidst the global fixation on events in Ukraine.
His Excellency here has been so very recently amnestied by the Prince, that he imagines he is still at war with us.
They were now amnestied, and three months later, March 8, they were admitted to their seats.
Most of those sentenced to imprisonment from such trials have been amnestied, the largest group in 1964.
They would clearly come within the fourteenth amendment unless they have been amnestied by the statute of limitations.
When the partial amnesty was granted, all Irish people rushed forward to help the amnestied.
Most of the Fenian prisoners were amnestied before the completion of their full terms.
"pardon of past offenses," 1570s, from French amnestie "intentional overlooking," from Latin amnestia, from Greek amnestia "forgetfulness (of wrong); an amnesty," from a-, privative prefix, "not" (see a- (3)), + mnestis "remembrance," related to mnaomai "I remember" (see mind (n.)). As a verb, from 1809. Amnesty International founded 1961 as Appeal for Amnesty. The name was changed 1963.