exculpate

to clear from a charge of guilt 
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Exculpate

Ex·cul'pate transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Exculpated , present participle & verbal noun . Exculpating ] [ Latin ex out + culpatus , past participle of culpare to find fault with, to blame, culpa fault. See
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Exculpate

• (v. t.) To clear from alleged fault or guilt; to prove to be guiltless; to relieve of blame; to acquit.
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exculpate

exculpate 1. To clear from guilt. 2. To pronounce not guilty of criminal charges. The prefix ex- means 'out of' or 'away from' and from the Latin noun culpa, meaning 'blame'; so, exculpate means 'to clear from guilt'. A legal term used in the sense of 'excuse' or 'justification'.
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exculpate

To free from blame or accusation, particularly in matters of small importance. Compare exonerate.
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exculpate

pronounce not guilty of criminal charges
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exculpate

pronounce not guilty of criminal charges
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