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exonerate
used in A Great and Terrible Beauty

2 uses
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Definition
to free someone from blame

or more rarely:

to free someone from an obligation
  • Mrs. Nightwing has already taken the idea and shaped it into exoneration for us, for Spence, and for herself.
    Chapter 33 (74% in)
  • And then she has her arm around Pippa's shoulders, telling her the story of our adventures in the Gypsy camp in a way that completely exonerates me.
    Chapter 24 (20% in)

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