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exonerate
used in Turtles All the Way Down

3 uses
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Definition
to free someone from blame

or more rarely:

to free someone from an obligation
  • It really was an amazing artwork—Prisoner 101 looked as real as anyone, but he was made from pieces of the one hundred mugshots Mychal had found of men convicted of murder and then exonerated.
    p. 261.5
exonerated = found innocent
  • Daisy was telling Mychal that his averaging project shouldn't be about people named Mychal but about imprisoned men who'd later been exonerated.
    p. 5.4
  • exonerated = found innocent
  • Okay, so remember how I had that idea for Mychal to make those photographic montages of exonerated prisoners?
    p. 255.6
exonerated = found innocent
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