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Similar words: vindicatevindicationindicateindicatorindicationindicativeindicatingsyndicateMeaning: ['vɪndɪkeɪt]  adj. freed from any question of guilt. 
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1. The witness completely vindicated him.
2. The report fully vindicated the unions.
3. The testimony of witnesses vindicated the defendant.
4. The director said he had been vindicated by the experts' report.
5. He was vindicated in court and damages were awarded.
6. My judgement was completely vindicated by later events.
7. Her claim to the title was vindicated by historians.
8. Subsequent events vindicated the policy.
9. The investigation vindicated her complaint about the newspaper.
10. I consider that I've been completely vindicated.
11. The principal's speech vindicated the teachers' right to go on strike.
12. Our fears of conflict were partially vindicated by today's events.
13. The decision to advertise has been vindicated by the fact that sales have grown.
14. I felt I had fully vindicated my request.
15. I felt both vindicated and appalled.
16. Several tests have fully vindicated Einstein's theory.
17. Often the police were vindicated before autopsies were completed.
18. So shouldn't activists feel vindicated?
19. Their Lord had vindicated his people and honored their suffering and their struggles.
20. These fundamental rights are variously described and vindicated by a variety of philosophical arguments to which we can not do justice here.
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21. He was vindicated when he successfully sued the tabloid that broke the story for libel.
22. The decision to include Morris in the team was completely vindicated when he scored three goals.
23. The charges are false, and we are sure we will be vindicated in court.
24. I have every confidence that this decision will be fully vindicated.
25. Birch was also a great believer in the corrosion-resistant qualities of cast-iron columns, and this confidence was fully vindicated by time.
26. Instead, the management kept it open, and has seen its judgement vindicated by the subsequent recovery.
27. But there was a more subtle purpose behind these proposals, fully vindicated by what subsequently happened.
28. Senior Tories who dismissed the tax guarantee as a hostage to fortune will feel vindicated by Mr Hague's backdown.
29. Retaining all 12 available World Cup players, the faith of the West Indies selectors was thoroughly vindicated.
30. Stokes himself, arriving home with his squadron in September 1659, found his conduct fully vindicated by the government.
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