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  • v  pronounce not guilty of criminal charges
  • s  freed from any question of guilt

  • For a time, attention focused on Scaramella, but by the end of last week his level of poisoning and other evidence exculpated him of any suspicion.
  • Professor Rowan associates quickly exculpated the water.
  • 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.

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