Assoil

• (v. t.) To remove; to put off. • (v. t.) To soil; to stain. • (v. t.) To expiate; to atone for. • (v. t.) To set free; to release. • (v. t.) To set free from guilt; to absolve. • (v. t.) To solve; to clear up.
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Assoil

As·soil' transitive verb [ Old French assoiler , absoiler , assoldre , French absoudre , Latin absolvere . See Absolve .] 1. To set free; to release. [ Archaic] « Till from her hands the spright assoiled is. Spenser. » ...
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assoil

assoil, assoils, assoiled, assoilling 1. Archaic, to absolve; to acquit, to pardon. 2. To atone for.
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assoil

to absolve; to acquit
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assoil

[v] - absolve or pardon
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