Excuses us from - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
excuse (one) from (something) (redirected from excuses us from)
excuse (one) from (something)
To allow one's absence from something. I have a doctor's note that excuses me from class yesterday.
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excuse someone from something
to permit a person not to do something; to exempt someone from something. Please excuse me from attending the meeting. I must excuse myself from the discussion.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
References in periodicals archive
This favor excuses us from
the ultimate consequence for our sin, which is death and eternal separation form God (Rom.
It excuses us from
communicating the intricate, infinite complexities of our lives in the sloppy shorthand that leads down the road to Murray's and Dixie Peach and Johnson's pressing oil and worrying about, TWO, whether or not you should slow dance with a boy who sets your soul on fire because it's July in Detroit and it might mess up your hair on the cheek-to-cheek side so badly that you would be self-conscious and unable to relax for the rest of the night.