[ UK /ɛɡzə‍ʊnɹˈe‍ɪʃən/ ]
[ US /ɪɡzɑnɝˈeɪʃən/ ]
  1. the condition of being relieved from blame or obligation
  2. the act of vindicating or defending against criticism or censure etc.
    friends provided a vindication of his position
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How To Use exoneration In A Sentence

  • And even when there's DNA exoneration, which is now starting to happen because of DNA evidence, the family -- DNA is a trillion to one odds, something like that. CNN Transcript Apr 18, 2006
  • In that sense, the entitlement to reimbursement or exoneration confers a priority in the further administration of the trust.
  • He admitted to the crime, but a DNA test eventually led to his exoneration.
  • Although DNA exonerations are commonplace in the US, the same can hardly be said for the UK.
  • The report is full of similar exonerations on flimsy grounds.
  • The question is how the exoneration of convictions should be carried out.
  • Of the 328 exonerations they identified in the intervening years, 145 involved DNA evidence.
  • Without such exonerations this Evil will never be tamed; nor constantly, or to any purpose, mitigated; but rather ex - asperated by other Remedies. Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society
  • Fifteen years later, Rangel is still seeking exoneration.
  • Meanwhile, the wave of exonerations continues across the country.
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