criminate[ krim-uh-neyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF criminate
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And their testimony is probable, only when it tends to criminate themselves.
And now, suppose that it should not be necessary to criminate another.
"You should not ask him to criminate himself," said Mr Brodrick.
One thing might criminate him—the discovery of the wallet upon his person.
But while he acknowledged and deplored his own vices, he could not criminate Clinton.
I do not extenuate my own offences, but I will not criminate others.
And wotever you do don't say nothing to criminate yourself.'
It would be natural for her to conceal anything she knew likely to criminate him.
Have you discovered anything in his papers to criminate him?
He was not prepared to criminate, nor was he prepared to applaud.