• Definition for "exculpate"
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exculpate definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To clear of shame or blame.
    • To clear from so-called fault or guilt; to show becoming guiltless; to ease of fault; to acquit.
    • To free from guilt or fault.
    • To clear from so-called fault or guilt; to show to be guiltless; to alleviate of blame; to acquit.
  • verb:
    • To free from or to free of shame; exonerate.
    • pronounce not guilty of unlawful costs
    • To free from or even without shame; exonerate.
    • pronounce not liable of criminal costs
  • others:
    • To clear from a charge or imputation of fault or guilt; vindicate from an accusation of wrong-doing.
    • provide to alleviate of or without fault; serve as an excuse for.
    • To clear from a charge or imputation of fault or shame; vindicate from an accusation of wrong-doing.
    • offer to relieve of or free of blame; act as a reason for.
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