(click/touch triangles for details)
- May God accept my atonement in the preservation of these two existences!Chapter 117 (70% in)
- "Madame," replied Villefort, with a mournful smile, "I have already had the honor to observe that my father has—at least, I hope so—abjured his past errors, and that he is, at the present moment, a firm and zealous friend to religion and order—a better royalist, possibly, than his son; for he has to atone for past dereliction, while I have no other impulse than warm, decided preference and conviction."Chapters 5-6 (87% in)
- I fancied that I still heard faint moans, and imagining that the unfortunate jeweller might not be quite dead, I determined to go to his relief, by way of atoning in some slight degree, not for the crime I had committed, but for that which I had not endeavored to prevent.Chapters 45-46 (16% in)
- Alas, what would become of me who can only atone for evil by doing good?Chapter 117 (47% in)
There are no more uses of "atone" in The Count of Monte Cristo.
Typical Usage (best examples)