Shriver

Shriver

[shrahy-ver]
noun
(Robert) Sargent, Jr [sahr-juhnt] , 1915–2011, U.S. businessman and government official: first director of the U.S. peace Corps, 1961–66.
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shrive (ʃraɪv)
 
vb , shrives, shriving, shrove, shrived, shriven, shrived
1.  to hear the confession of (a penitent)
2.  (tr) to impose a penance upon (a penitent) and grant him sacramental absolution
3.  (intr) to confess one's sins to a priest in order to obtain sacramental forgiveness
 
[Old English scrīfan, from Latin scrībere to write]
 
'shriver
 
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