- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of inculpate.
“It is troubling that the legislation uses a shotgun approach to the illicit mineral trade quandary and inculpates all of DRC's ten neighbors.”
“Every oil-asphyxiated dolphin, pelican and turtle inculpates us.”
“FIFA has already acknowledged that there may be something wrong with the ball, but now even aerodynamic experts at NASA's Ames Investigation Center have come forward with research that inculpates the 440-gram Jabulani, according to the Mirror.”
“Whereas the "fog of war" metaphor might cast doubt on the ethics and integrity of the enterprise, today we are experiencing a "blog of war" in which more information sharpens our gaze and thus inculpates us further as accomplices who still choose to suborn the ongoing operations.”
“The idea, for instance, that democracy (fundamentally unclean) inculpates every citizen in its nation's policies; the idea (or ancient heresy) of takfir, whereby the jihadi pre-absolves himself of killing fellow Muslims.”
“When it inculpates their client, all of a sudden there are attacks on testing, methodology, lab cleanliness, procedure, the age of the specimen.”
“On the eve of a runaway marriage Leilah Ogsten is informed by her father that her intended husband is her own brother (he inculpates her mother in the scandal).”
“I am doubtful if she will speak; but altogether the evidence I have collected inculpates her so strongly that it will be quite sufficient grounds upon which to obtain a warrant for her arrest.”
“Authentic Certificates from the Bank: but the People Say here that while he exculpates himself he inculpates his Patron, who has been more grossly charged and is not exonerated.”
“Every oil asphyxiated dolphin, pelican and turtle inculpates us.”
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