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Sentence count:45Posted:2016-09-22Updated:2016-12-13
Synonym: acquitexcuseforgivejustifypardonupholdSimilar words: indicateindicatorindicationabdicatededicateeradicatemedicationdelicateMeaning: ['vɪndɪkeɪt] v. 1. show to be right by providing justification or proof 2. maintain, uphold, or defend 3. clear of accusation, blame, suspicion, or doubt with supporting proof. 
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1. The report fully vindicated the unions.
2. The director said he had been vindicated by the experts' report.
3. The witness completely vindicated him.
4. Our fears of conflict were partially vindicated by today's events.
5. He was vindicated in court and damages were awarded.
6. Her claim to the title was vindicated by historians.
7. Subsequent events vindicated the policy.
8. The investigation vindicated her complaint about the newspaper.
9. He tried hard to vindicate his honor.
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10. The decision to advertise has been vindicated by the fact that sales have grown.
11. I consider that I've been completely vindicated.
12. Cook died in 1940, vowing that time would vindicate him.
13. He would immortalize Jack and vindicate himself from his culpable grief by becoming what Jack would have been.
14. Moore's handling of the Abraham case helped to vindicate the separation of powers between politicians and judges.
15. He left claiming that history would vindicate him.
16. The petitioner asks whether Seia can vindicate.
17. Thus practically every boring seems to vindicate the subsidence theory and to provide evidence against the Glacial Control theory.
18. Vindicate communal order,[] respect other people.
19. For the LORD will vindicate his people and have compassion on his servants.
20. I must vindicate a claim to philosophical reflectiveness.
21. The decision to include Morris in the team was completely vindicated when he scored three goals.
22. The charges are false, and we are sure we will be vindicated in court.
23. I have every confidence that this decision will be fully vindicated.
24. That a minority did succeed, however, again seemed to vindicate their technique.
25. But the extinctive prescription will not apply in registered immovable and movable property in order to vindicate the absolute validity of registration.
26. Now, how to protect, succeed and develop traditional culture and to vindicate cultural multiversity, it has already become a task at international.
27. The only verdict is vengeance, a vendetta held as a votive not in vain, for the value and veracity of such shall one day vindicate the vigilant and the virtuous.
28. There are times when wild rallies in high - flying stocks seem to vindicate the greater fool theory.
29. When Kuhn give up to demonstrate the key notion of the Structure, Paradigm, he hope to elucidate the other key notion of the book, that is, incommensurability, to vindicate his early standpoint .
30. The findings contradict common assumptions about the lily, but they do seem to vindicate one unlikely theorist: German literary master Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.
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