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  • v. Present participle of exonerate.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Sacralizing the war dead usually results in exonerating the politicians.

    Memorial Day: Burning Pols in Effigy « Antiwar.com Blog

  • The boy knowing that a severe punishment was not in such a case to be anticipated, and in fact, apparently pleased with the idea of exonerating himself from the blame of wilfully injuring the property of another, rose and said,

    The Teacher Or, Moral Influences Employed in the Instruction and Government of the Young

  • DP spokesman Hendrik Schmidt said that Skosana had pre-empted the findings of the committee - by "exonerating" Sitole from the allegations of corruption contained in the AG's report - at a press conference following Sitole's appearance before the committee.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • He said the only deal he tried to strike with UPA government in 2008 was for "exonerating"

    Latest News Online - Express Indian

  • Then only a couple of weeks ago, the Pentagon withdrew this "exonerating" report and scrubbed it from its website.

    The Impolitic

  • There's NO WAY IN HELL you KIZZY ROLLAND would have the time to answer comments on your OWN SILLY BLOG under the disguise of "exonerating" that idiot because YOU ARE TOO BUSY ANONYMOUSLY GUEST POSTING ON EVERYBODY ELSES BLOGS AND WEBSITES!

    Nikki X Has Had Enough And So Have I, Dammit!

  • * coalescent got jumped on for "exonerating" the intro writer guy, along with not noticing his own privilege or the intro guy's.

    Joke shop

  • The Innocence Project is an American organisation devoted to exonerating those wrongfully convicted of serious crimes, frequently murder, by using DNA evidence.

    Amanda Knox: What's in a face?

  • There are pages on end devoted to exonerating her then-husband Jack Gordon, who was accused of bribing feds for the approval of some slot-like gambling machine.

    Brother's keeper

  • Thinking that he was responsible for sending his beloved United down, Law refused to celebrate and, despite other results exonerating the striker of responsibility for his former club's relegation, he said last year that he still felt "inconsolable".

    Hail Daniel Sturridge and the art of self-censorship | Rob Bagchi

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