acquit

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Synonyms for acquit

Synonyms for acquit

to free from a charge or imputation of guilt

to conduct oneself in a specified way

Synonyms for acquit

References in classic literature ?
I have reason to imagine she did receive serious proposals from Sir James, but her removing to Langford immediately on the discovery of his attachment, must acquit her on that article with any mind of common candour.
Your defence is ingenious and sound," said the Cadi, "and I must acquit you of criminality.
Edricson, if God spare you, I think that you will acquit yourself well.
I think, Nigel," said Sir Oliver, striding across to the little knight, "that we should all acquit ourselves better had we our none-meat, for the sun is high in the heaven.
Acquitting Julian, Lady Janet declined to acquit Mercy.
Global Banking News-October 12, 2015--Albanian court acquits former banking official
Summary: Cairo court acquits cousin and former aide of Gaddafi of attempted murder of two Egyptian police, possession of unlicensed weapons.