convicted

[ verb, adjective kuh n-vikt; noun kon-vikt ]SEE DEFINITION OF convicted

Antonyms for convicted

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She had been convicted of blackmail, and she made no pretense even of innocence.

You were arrested in Buffalo, convicted, and served your stretch.

The canon gave the sigh he reserved for the convicted sinner.

He said no one had been convicted, "the Caste had seen to that."

Out of your own mouth, Socrates, you are convicted, he said.

She had summed him up, convicted him and sentenced him in that one phrase.

On the Chancellor's own words Germany had been convicted of a breach of faith.

I would a shot up a few in that courtroom if Tom had been convicted.

About sixteen are said to have been convicted and to have had their goods forfeited.

Several were convicted of heresy, and their goods forfeited.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CONVICTED

condemned

adjectivesentenced to punishment
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