inculpate : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • v  suggest that someone is guilty

  • Why not now inculpate Drew Rosenhaus because he got a telephone call from his client in the middle of the night? Fact is, if the idiot who put a bullet in his thigh were John .
  • The evidence went to inculpate the propeller strongly, but was of course ex parte, though clear and straight for ward.
  • Fact is we dont need more evidence to inculpate our disastrous health care system.

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