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Word: exonerate

Definition: acquit; exculpate; free from blame or guilt


Sentences Containing 'exonerate'

Carol Richman (Ella Raines), a loyal secretary secretly in love with her boss, sets out to exonerate him.
Jessica helps Antonio exonerate himself, and Antonio and R.J. grudgingly agree to share custody of Jamie, their last tie to Keri.
She has been hired by Royce Fowler, who wants her to delve into the past to exonerate his son of the murder of Jean Timberlake, seventeen years before.
Their decision, however, was not made to exonerate Petacchi, but rather because they did not believe they should hear the case, instead deferring to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS).
Thomas went with Catesby to confront Tresham on the matter, threatening to "hang him" if he did not exonerate himself.

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