Synonym: absolve, cleanse, discharge, excuse, forgive, pardon. Antonym: arrest, capture, catch. Similar words: acquittal, acquire, acquired, acquiesce, acquisition, acquiescence, acquainted, quite. Meaning: [ə'kwɪt] v. 1. pronounce not guilty of criminal charges 2. behave in a certain manner.
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1 They always acquit themselves of their duty very well.
2 The judge directed the jury to acquit Phillips of the murder.
3 Few observers expect the jury to acquit Mr Hoskins.
4 He has never failed to acquit a client charged with murder.
5 The black jurors who voted to acquit Simpson reflected the attitudes of their communities and brought their life experiences into the courtroom.
6 They did acquit themselves well with heavier strings and a flat pick, but in the main they were seen as fingerpicking guitars.
7 The court acquit two of the accused.
8 They tried to bribe the judge to acquit them.
9 I acquit Edward of all essential misconduct.
10 That fact decided the judge to acquit him.
11 Who can discern his errors? Acquit me of hidden faults.
12 The judge directed the jury to acquit all the defendants.
13 NIV who acquit the guilty for a bribe, but deny justice to the innocent.
14 To acquit us with your products, please catalogue and other relative descriptive literatures.
15 In cognition this kind of split acquit more as antimony between go-aheadism and passivism, feel and aesthesia.
16 Shall I acquit a man with dishonest scales,[www.Sentencedict.com] with a bag of false weights?
17 Who acquit the criminal as a result of a bribe, But refuse righteousness to the righteous!
18 Her only chance to save herself and her son lies in a vote to acquit.
19 It took the jury almost five hours to reach a majority verdict and acquit her on all three charges.
20 But they are not satisfied beyond reasonable doubt so they decide, quite properly, to acquit of robbery.
21 Police arrested a suspect four years later, but the man's trial ended in a hung jury, split 10-2 to acquit the man.
22 Only have the time in in the dead of night, I would remove the strong feint exhaustedly , scanning the mirror amid that distressed facial appearance, acquit own flimsiness.
23 I do not pretend tha t my protestations should acquit me.
24 Should you entertain my application favorably, I would spare to trouble acquit myself to your satisfaction.
25 If I sin, then thou markest me, and thou wilt not acquit me from mine iniquity.
26 Miss Manette , I am a man of business. I have a acquit myself of.
27 I felt a considerable extension of power and authority, and was anxious to acquit myself creditably.
28 I am afraid of all my pains, I know that You will not acquit me.
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