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Synonyms for exculpate

to free from a charge or imputation of guilt

Synonyms for exculpate

pronounce not guilty of criminal charges

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found routine waivers or exculpations of fiduciary duties, (39) which
Indemnification then goes a step beyond exculpation by
While the myth of the Given gave us exculpations when we wanted justifications, McDowell's appearings can offer justifications for our beliefs because they belong to the conceptual sphere.
It may make sense to fine-tune verdicts so as to distinguish exculpations based on the absence of violation from exculpations for reason of blamelessness.
Byron's female fans were offended by his unromantic depiction of women; priggish reviewers deplored what they took for exculpations of wickedness.
Roshwald's conjecture that the roots of modern-day Jewish religious liberalism can be traced to the Jewish tradition's toleration of dissenting religious beliefs is a charitable one, following in the honorable tradition of Rabbi Levi Yitzchak of Berditchov's storied exculpations of his fellow Jews.
He is so interested in challenging the phony exculpations of Lenin that he blurs important distinctions between Lenin and Stalin.
All of these exculpations celebrate pastors' commanding role in the battle against Satan and his tricks.
If I provided enemies of Nelson and Lewis with such assistance and urged them forth to slaughter I doubt I would enjoy the exculpations from direct responsibility now offered Sharon.
without fiduciary duty waivers or exculpations at the end of this Part.