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exonerate
used in And Then There Were None

3 uses
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Definition
to free someone from blame

or more rarely:

to free someone from an obligation
  • But I quite appreciate the fact that we are all strangers to one another and that in those circumstances, nobody can be exonerated without the fullest proof.
    p. 139.6
exonerated = found free of blame
  • At the inquest the Coroner exonerated me.
    p. 60.4
  • exonerated = found free of blame
  • ...no one of us can be completely exonerated from suspicion.
    p. 145.5
exonerated = found free of blame
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