1. freed from any question of guilt
    was now clear of the charge of cowardice
    is absolved from all blame
    his official honor is vindicated
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How To Use exculpated In A Sentence

  • Two so-called ‘impunity laws’ passed in 1986 and 1987 exculpated lower-ranking officers and imposed a definitive date, called ‘final point’, after which the criminals of the dirty war could not be tried.
  • It also exculpated Hamas from the war crime of using civilians as human shields. Alan Dershowitz: How Goldstone Is Making Peace More Difficult
  • And why haven't banks, happily exculpated by the narrative, reminded us that they warned at the time that they were being forced to make foolish loans that would endanger their solvency? Rep. Brad Miller: Republican Amnesia on the Financial Crisis
  • The pilot of the aircraft will surely be exculpated when all the facts are known.
  • He is therefore exculpated on the grounds of ill motive, but not perhaps adherence to ethical form. St. Warren Casts Not the First Stone
  • Justine; but I was absent when it was committed, and such a declaration would have been considered as the ravings of a madman, and would not have exculpated her who suffered through me. Chapter 7
  • Is there any precedent of people being exculpated even though they have admitted they are guilty?
  • The pilot of the aircraft will surely be exculpated when all the facts are known.
  • On several occasions, Vespasiano underscores how the duke kept faith in the face of daunting opposition and recounts how he led nighttime raids on enemy fortifications. 139 Until recently, Montefeltro's reputation, bolstered by biographers and historians, had exculpated him on points for which condottieri were generally held in contempt. Architecture and Memory: The Renaissance Studioli of Federico da Montefeltro
  • Instead, Intel's supporters rallied around to attack Cuomo and the case, putting forward a number of arguments that they believe exculpated the technology pioneer.
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