exculpated exculpated


  • (adj) freed from any question of guilt


  1. Professor Rowan associates quickly exculpated the water.
  2. But, although the Senate Judiciary Committee found many points to censure in the company's methods, the Senate as a whole exculpated it of illegal tactics.
  3. The other Inquisitor-Senator Reed, from Pennsylvania, swiftly exculpated four of his colleagues who, Publisher Hearst had insinuated, were to have been bribed by Mexico.
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