exculpation definition

  • noun:
    • The work of exculpating from alleged fault or criminal activity; whatever exculpates; excuse.
    • The act of exculpating from so-called fault or criminal activity; what exculpates; excuse.
    • The act of exculpating or of exonerating from a charge of fault or criminal activity; vindication.
    • a defense of some offensive behavior or some failure maintain a promise etc.
    • the work of freeing from shame or fault
    • The act of exculpating from so-called fault or criminal activity; whatever exculpates; excuse.
    • The act of exculpating from so-called fault or crime; what exculpates; reason.
    • The act of exculpating or of exonerating from a charge of fault or criminal activity; vindication.
    • a defense of some offensive behavior or some failure to help keep a promise etc.
    • the work of releasing from shame or fault

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