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See definition of attainting on Dictionary.com
  • as inconvict
  • as indisgrace
  • as indishonor

synonyms for attainting

  • condemn
  • imprison
  • sentence
  • adjudge
  • attaint
  • doom
  • frame
  • rap
  • bring to justice
  • declare guilty
  • pass sentence on
  • pronounce guilty
  • put away
  • put the screws to
  • send up
  • send up the river
  • throw the book at
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antonyms for attainting

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  • free
  • release
  • exonerate
  • liberate
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How to use attainting in a sentence

Not till the law attainting Strafford was proposed did the signs of serious disunion become visible.
THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND FROM THE ACCESSION OF JAMES II.THOMAS BABINGTON MACAULAY
The lords passed another for attainting the queen; however it was neglected in the house of commons.
THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND IN THREE VOLUMES, VOL.II.TOBIAS SMOLLETT
But the acts attainting his family had been repealed in 1569, and the old earldom was thus regained.
ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 10, SLICE 4VARIOUS
An act attainting him of treason and heresy was hurried through parliament, without hearing him in his defence.
CONSTITUTIONAL HISTORY OF ENGLAND, VOL 1 OF 3HENRY HALLAM
We may perhaps except a bill attainting the Queen of Scots, which was rejected in the upper house.
CONSTITUTIONAL HISTORY OF ENGLAND, VOL 1 OF 3HENRY HALLAM
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