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Sentence count:24+1 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-12-23Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: accusecriminateimpeachimplyinculpateSimilar words: discriminateindiscriminaterecriminationdiscriminationeliminatenominatedominateruminateMeaning: [ɪn'krɪmɪneɪt]  v. 1. suggest that someone is guilty 2. bring an accusation against; level a charge against. 
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1 The evidence seemed to incriminate him.
2 He had been forced to incriminate himself in cross - examinations .
3 I suppose they couldn't find anything to incriminate me.
4 These tapes incriminate a number of well-known politicians.
5 I'd incriminate myself as well as you.
6 Don't say anything that may incriminate your friends.
7 Do not say anything that may incriminate your friend.
8 He refused to answer questions incriminate himself.
9 No one can be forced to incriminate himself.
10 You should not confound right and wrong and incriminate me, please try to understand the context first.
11 If you want us to incriminate ourselves in any other way, we are ready.
12 He claimed that the drugs had been planted to incriminate him.
13 He was careful not to say anything that might incriminate the others.
14 The youths were arrested and searched for anything that would incriminate them.
15 He refused to answer questions for fear he might incriminate himself.
16 Tape recordings of alleged conversations between the two suspects are unlikely to incriminate them.
17 One moment of confusion and he might give some one away[], or incriminate himself.
18 I refuse to answer on the grounds that I might incriminate myself.
19 But will their loyalty and love lead them to perjury and destroying evidence that might incriminate him?
20 You have the right not to say anything that would incriminate you.
21 Besides,( citizens can not be required to complete forms that might incriminate them in violation of the Fifth Amendment.
22 We began rifling through his personal correspondence, and looked around in his file cabinets for documents that might incriminate him.
23 He is accused of perjury with the intention of incriminate his employer.
24 Since bookmaking was a criminal offense under state and federal laws, Marchetti was forced either to violate the law by not registering or to incriminate himself.
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