- v. present participle of exculpate.
“But the play is clearly a coded account of bisexual promiscuity and, without exculpating his hero's reckless selfishness, Williams enters a plea for tolerance and understanding that anticipates later plays of the decade such as Rattigan's Separate Tables.”
“Without exculpating insurers, the high cost of health care in America is due to the high level of utilization, and the high cost of inputs, however worthy individual hospitals and doctors may be, they are far more expensive than their equally competent peers in Europe.”
“It would be fundamentally unjust for patients to have their cases judged by liability standards chosen by ACOG for the purpose of exculpating fellow obstetricians.”
“Some medical professionals believe that the Cookie Monster might have an eating disorder that would account for the unusual behavior, potentially exculpating the puppet of any willful deception.”
“In other words, Matt is trying to push as much blame onto Bernanke as possible, while exculpating Obama and his merry men, instead of rightly acknowledging that this administration is essentially Rubinite in their policies and inclinations, and that it was Obama who reappointed Ben.”
“In other words, Matt is trying to push as much blame onto Bernanke as possible, while exculpating Obama and his merry men”
“The song acknowledged, with a nudge and a wink, the cocaine-and-strippers tabloid reputation that has followed him through his years of success, before exculpating himself on the grounds that, hey, nobody's perfect.”
“The phrase comes as a thunderclap and, without exculpating the soldiers, implies the failure lay with politicans who prosecuted a war without regard for consequences.”
“Dozens of other self-lacerating, self-exculpating songs for his various children, wives and lovers followed: Pretty Little Martha, Five Years Old, Reciprocity.”
“It seemed mainly geared towards exculpating the OCSO's failure to find the body.”
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