assoil definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • Archaic To absolve; pardon.
    • Archaic To atone for.
    • to create no-cost; to discharge.
    • to fix; to clear up.
    • setting free of shame; to absolve.
    • To expiate; to atone for.
    • To remove; to put down.
    • To soil; to stain.
    • Archaic To absolve; pardon.
    • Archaic To atone for.
    • to create free; to produce.
    • To solve; to clear up.
    • to create clear of guilt; to absolve.
    • To expiate; to atone for.
    • To remove; to place off.
    • To earth; to stain.
  • verb:
    • To absolve, acquit; to discharge from blame or sin.
    • setting no-cost, launch.
    • pronounce not liable of criminal charges
    • To absolve, acquit; to release from blame or sin.
    • To set no-cost, launch.
    • pronounce not liable of unlawful charges
  • others:
    • to fix; get rid of.
    • to discharge; set free; acquit; pardon; absolve.
    • To remove; dispel.
    • To earth; stain.
    • to fix; clear-up.
    • to discharge; set free; acquit; pardon; absolve.
    • To remove; dispel.
    • To soil; stain.

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