The correct answer is excuse.
The correct answer is (B) To excuse; to forgive, pardon, disregard, or overlook (an offense, shortcoming, illegal or objectionable act or activity, etc.); to allow to continue (what should be halted).
Condone comes from Latin condonare.
Examples of use:
- He refused to condone her bad behavior.
- The coach condoned the boisterous conduct of his athletes.