2. outright, downright, out-and-out, straight-out, all-out, across-the-board; sheer, utter, unmitigated; unqualified, categorical, unconditional, unconditioned, unreserved, implicit; unrestricted, unlimited, total; unhampered, unimpeded, unbounded; free, self-determined, self-sufficing; irrepressible, uncontrollable.
3. autocratic, dictatorial, totalitarian, despotic; tyrannous, tyrannical, arbitrary, fascist; authoritative, magisterial, monarchal; sovereign, supreme, lordly, almighty, imperial; domineering, dogmatic, doctrinaire, controlling, commanding, peremptory; demanding, exacting, pressing, imperious, overbearing, imperative; unrestrained, self-willed, arrogant, haughty.
4. positive, determinate, certain, veritable, unequivocal, unambiguous, explicit, express; sure, confident, unquestionable, conclusive; official, confirmed, authoritative; demonstrable, demonstrated, apodictic, indubitable, undoubted; settled, fixed, definite, decided, decisive, pronounced; true, actual, factual, accurate, reliable.
5. ultimate, omnipotent, almighty, all-powerful, infallible, infinite; autonomous, self-existent, independent; self-evident, axiomatic, assumed, understood, accepted, given, manifest; intrinsic, inherent, essential, innate, ingrained, fundamental. absolutely , absoluteness ,
absolution, n. 1. forgiveness, forgiving, excuse, excusing, shriving, making allowances for; condonation, condoning, overlooking, disregarding, ignoring; acquittal, acquittance, acquitting, comburgation, exculpation, exculpating, clearance, clearing, proof of innocence, removal of guilt; pardon, pardoning, amnesty, remission, remitting, reprieve, reprieving, respite, exoneration, exonerating, warrant, warranting, justification, justifying, vindication, vindicating, righting, avenging.
2. liberation, liberty, liberating, freedom, freeing, setting free, letting go, letting out; emancipation, emancipating, deliverance, delivery, delivering, Theol. saving; loosening, disenthrallment, disenthralling, unbinding, unfettering; release, releasing, discharge, discharging, dismissal, dismissing; exemption, exempting, indemnity, immunity, impunity, Rom. Cath. Ch. dispensation, Archaic, franchise.