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Similar words: acquittalacquitacquireacquiredacquiesceacquisitionacquiescenceacquaintedMeaning: [ə'kwɪt]  adj. declared not guilty of a specific offense or crime; legally blameless. 
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1. He was acquitted of a crime.
2. All the defendants were acquitted.
3. Mr Ling was acquitted of disorderly behaviour by magistrates.
4. She was acquitted of all the charges against her.
5. The jury acquitted him of all charges.
6. The jury acquitted him of stealing.
7. The accused was acquitted of the murder.
8. The jury acquitted him of murder.
9. The court acquitted Campbell on the grounds of temporary insanity.
10. He was acquitted on charges of assault with a deadly weapon.
11. He was acquitted in default of strong evidence of his guilt.
12. She acquitted herself of suspicion.
13. He acquitted himself brilliantly in the exams.
14. , the court acquitted him of the crime.
15. He acquitted himself bravely in the battle.
16. The men were acquitted for lack of proof.
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17. She was acquitted of the blame.
18. The soldier acquitted himself bravely in the battle.
19. The contestants acquitted themselves very ably.
20. The accused was acquitted of the charge.
21. She was acquitted on all charges.
22. The accused was/were acquitted of the charge.
23. An alleged Mafia boss was acquitted last night.
24. He was acquitted on the grounds of insufficient evidence.
25. He acquitted himself rather badly.
26. They acquitted themselves well in battle.
27. They acquitted themselves like men.
28. I thought that he acquitted himself admirably in the meeting.
29. Most officers and men acquitted themselves well throughout the action.
30. Five months ago she was acquitted on a shoplifting charge.
More similar words: acquittalacquitacquireacquiredacquiesceacquisitionacquiescenceacquaintedfittedadmittedcommittedtransmittedacquaintacquaintancepitter-patterquitelitterbittenbitterequitysmittenbitterlycommitteeubiquityiniquityquite a fewinequityunwrittenantiquityequitable
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