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Sentence count:31Posted:2016-10-27Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: defencedefenseexonerationSimilar words: indicationvindicatemedicationindicateindicatorratificationgratificationindignationMeaning: [‚vɪndɪ'keɪʃn]  n. 1. the act of vindicating or defending against criticism or censure etc. 2. the justification for some act or belief. 
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(1) The result was a vindication of all our efforts.
(2) There is much to be said in vindication of his claim.
(3) The army's victory is being seen as vindication of their tactics.
(4) He called the success a vindication of his party's free-market economic policy.
(5) It is also a vindication of his political instincts.
(6) Abolition was to be a vindication of the capacity of parliament to bring about nationally agreed change in difficult times.
(7) Phillips says his ultimate vindication would be to see the airline industry adopting SafetyScope, but he isn't holding his breath.
(8) Or maybe we're searching for forgiveness -- or vindication.
(9) Truth is generally the best vindication against slander.
(10) I wanted the full Vindication for testing purposes.
(11) Friends provided a vindication of his position.
(12) Death is nothing compared to vindication.
(13) These results are no more than a vindication of commonsense analysis.
(14) In A Vindication of the Rights of Woman, Wollstonecraft turns from political privilege to social oppression.
(15) May my vindication come from you; may your eyes see what is right.
(16) NIV May my vindication come from you; may your eyes see what is right.
(17) He will receive blessing from the LORD and vindication from God his Savior.
(18) It is a vindication for Li Peng, the veteran Leninist central planner.
(19) Two days later, flushed with vindication, she knocked on my front door and handed me a yellowed newspaper clipping.
(20) The vindication of sex crime victims is among the highest priorities of this office, " he said.
(21) Vindication: This effect will no longer be absorbed by Grounding Totem.
(22) Her mother, Mary Wollstonecraft, author of A Vindication of the Rights of Women, died giving birth to her, and her stepmother was "a woman I shudder to think of, " Mary wrote.
(23) Anti-nuclear protesters regarded the Chernobyl accident as a clear vindication of their campaign.
(24) In short, it was a rout of the doomsayers and a vindication of the architects of Desert Storm.
(25) Such explanations were comforting, if only because they pointed forward to the ultimate vindication of medical science.
(26) NIV He will receive blessing from the Lord and vindication from God his Savior.
(27) That so few soldiers in the coalition died somehow seemed to Americans a vindication.
(28) For the Bush administration it is seen as a vindication.
(29) What's odd, though, is how little talk there is about the way the 70s ended — which I viewed at the time, and still do, as a huge vindication of Keynesianism.
(30) Yet have we really pressed the case for the vindication of reason and civilized values?
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