Exonerate

• (v. t.) To relieve, in a moral sense, as of a charge, obligation, or load of blame resting on one; to clear of something that lies upon oppresses one, as an accusation or imputation; as, to exonerate one`s self from blame, or from the charge of avarice. • (v. t.) To unload; to disburden; to discharge. • (v. t.) To discharge from du...
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Exonerate

Ex·on'er·ate transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Exonerated ; present participle & verbal noun Exonerating .] [ Latin exoneratus , past participle of exonerare to free from a burden; ex out, from oner...
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exonerate

exonerate 1. To officially declare that someone is not to blame or is not guilty of wrongdoing. 2. To relieve someone from an obligation, task, or responsibility. 3. To clear, as of an accusation; to free from guilt or blame; to exculpate.
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exonerate

pronounce not guilty of criminal charges
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exonerate

pronounce not guilty of criminal charges
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exonerate

Removal of a charge, duty or responsibility. Also, to clear completely from accusation or blame and any attendant suspicion of guilt. Compare exculpate.
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Exonerate

Removal of a charge, responsibility or duty.
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Exonerate

To release from accusation, liability, or responsibility. A defendant who is found not guilty of a crime is said to be exonerated. One may also be exonerated from paying a debt, and property may be exonerated from a lien against it.
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