Sentence example with the word 'exonerate'

exonerate

absolve, clear, disburden, dispense from, exempt, free, grant forgiveness, justify, nonpros, quash the charge, set free, vindicate

Definition v. pronounce not guilty of criminal charges

Last update: July 29, 2016

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If he never knew she violated his trust, that wouldn't exonerate her.   [verb]

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He could look at the track – maybe exonerate Brutus for you.   [verb]

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Just as though there were some positions conferred and recognized, which would exonerate us from the obligations laid on each of us by the fact of our common humanity.   [verb]

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If all other proofs were lacking, that one factor would be sufficient to exonerate Francisco Ferrer.   [verb]

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The sensational evidence, brought to light during the trial, forced Police Inspector Momento to exonerate completely the Anarchists from any connection with the acts committed during a long period.   [verb]

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'I don't think it would exonerate him, either with them, or with legal functionaries of a higher grade.'   [verb]

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From school duties she was exonerated: Mrs.   [verb]

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'Surely,' said Rose, 'the poor child's story, faithfully repeated to these men, will be sufficient to exonerate him.'   [verb]

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If he never knew she violated his trust, that wouldn't exonerate her.   [Please select]

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It is true that the gods will not exonerate Mrs.   [Please select]

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Betty had the air of wishing to exonerate herself.   [Please select]

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