How do you use the word negligence in a sentence?
Today, what is considered to be animal abuse is normally due to the negligence of the owners.
Use it as a noun. It can be a subject as in: A tort is a civil wrong. It can be a predicate nominative as in: Negligence is a tort. It can be an object of a preposition as in: Negligence is a type of tort. It can be a direct object as in: He committed a tort. It can be an indirect object: Giving torts a meaning is tough.
It's refreshing to see someone in this country admit to their own negligence instead of trying to sue somebody else for their own stupidity. It turned out there was no negligence involved, but instead it was just a freak accident. Any negligence on her part is more than mitigated by the fact that she was having a psychotic break at the time.
(the word absolve means to clear or remove, in the sense of forgiving guilt or debt) He asked the priest to absolve him of his sins. The courts did not absolve the company of blame, but found no evidence of negligence. Unless his creditor decided to absolve his obligation, a debtor could be thrown into prison.