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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of inculpate.

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Examples

  • But whether Florence has been inculpated in the flight of Edith, or has followed her, or has done too much, or too little, or anything, or nothing, she has not the least idea.

    Dombey and Son

  • In fact, as we are nearing the 5 anniversary of the April 2002 events, there is still NO ONE duly inculpated AND completely judged for any of the murders that happened that day, and we are still waiting for an impartial "truth commission" to works its wonders, something that after 5 years would be a real miracle.

    There is an official fascist line in Venezuela, from the government

  • The point is that organizations are inculpated in what their members do, especially the more closely those actions replicate or reflect the internal culture of the organizations.

    Lean Left » Blog Archive » Prejudice? or Just Practical Thinking?

  • If he'd said one thing that actually inculpated himself, then he'd maybe have some credibility, but he has none.

    CNN Transcript Nov 22, 2005

  • None of my companions had till now found out any thing which could have directly inculpated myself; they however kept a strict watch over all my motions: being obliged at night to go aside, two of the travellers last arrived followed me unseen, and pretended afterwards to have observed some irregularities in the ablutions necessary to be performed on such occasions; in consequence of which, I was told that I was

    Travels in Nubia

  • Having now felt their strength, they next proceeded to renew a part of the committee of General Safety, several of its members being inculpated as partizans of Robespierre, and though this Committee had become entirely subordinate to that of Public Welfare, yet its functions were too important for it to be neglected, more especially as they comprised a very favourite branch of the republican government, that of issuing writs of arrest at pleasure.

    A Residence in France During the Years 1792, 1793, 1794 and 1795, Complete Described in a Series of Letters from an English Lady: with General and Incidental Remarks on the French Character and Manners

  • A few minutes after the prisoners were brought into the justice-room, a Guilford solicitor of much local celebrity arrived, and announced that he appeared for both the inculpated parties.

    The International Monthly Magazine, Volume 5, No. 1, January, 1852

  • As he himself might have phrased it, he was supplying me not only with a motive for the crime, but, from the time of his conversation with Mr. Fluette forward, with evidence which cumulatively inculpated himself.

    The Paternoster Ruby

  • Suppose, however, that he had been previously inculpated.

    The Customs of Old England

  • Amongst other papers found in Khan Singh's box were some which clearly inculpated the Maharani, and it was at once decided to deport her beyond the region of effective intrigue.

    The Story of the Guides

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