Synonym: acquit, assoil, clear, discharge, exculpate. Similar words: generate, degenerate, generation gap, operate, berate, moderate, literate, cooperate. Meaning: [ɪg'zɒnəreɪt] v. pronounce not guilty of criminal charges.
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1 Lyndon was exonerated from the accusation of cheating.
2 The official report basically exonerated everyone.
3 He was totally exonerated of any blame.
4 An investigation exonerated the school from any blame.
5 He was exonerated from all responsibility for the accident.
6 Lauer is exonerated from blame.
7 The report exonerated the crew from all responsibility for the collision.
8 The report on the accident exonerates the bus driver from any responsibility.
9 The police report exonerated Lewis from all charges of corruption.
10 Ross was exonerated of all charges of child abuse.
11 I certainly have no intent of exonerating anybody.
12 But he was not exonerated either.
13 However,(www.Sentencedict.com) there was no attempt to exonerate the reputation of the dead man.
14 In a trial in March, a jury exonerated Connolly of harassing his former chief of staff.
15 The chances are that he will see his inconsistency and revise his moral views, either exonerating Smith or condemning himself.
16 Such precision, he said, can also exonerate innocent suspects.
17 Nothing can exonerate her from that.
18 Alas, though, exonerate Holmes as we cannot make a great writer out of him.
19 The boom-bust explanation does not exonerate greed, shortsightedness, or misguided government policies. But it does help explain them.
20 This statement should not be taken to imply that the government is exonerated of all blame.
21 But the signature of all his creditors was needed to exonerate him.
22 Sometimes he punished himself when others were inclined to exonerate him.
23 None the less, the effort of the sociologists to exonerate welfare as a special cause of the ghetto crisis was statistically deceitful.
24 However, an inquiry by the Museum of the Northern Territory exonerated her.
25 It also emerges that documents which Wang claimed would exonerate him and Jones did not exist.
26 He studies the data and is confident it will exonerate him.
27 The report paints a picture of Buffett as having been duped by Sokol. However, one shareholder said it was also crafted to exonerate Buffett from wrongdoing.
28 In the area of environmental protection, recycling corrugated products easy to exonerate the soil coated Board.
29 "My message to the British and Scottish communities is that I will put out the evidence (to exonerate me) and ask them to be the jury, " Al-Megrahi, sentenced in 2001, said without elaborating.
30 I'm wondering if Dudley and Steven had asked for Richard Parker's consent in you know, dying, if that would exonerate them from an act of murder and if so, is that still morally justifiable ?
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