exculpate[ ek-skuhl-peyt, ik-skuhl-peyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF exculpate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXCULPATE
Ossipon tried to exculpate the lukewarmness of his past conduct.
The McMurrough cried, breathlessly eager to exculpate himself.
I have made many inquiries about this affair, and they all tend to exculpate you.
She showed increasing irritation at his attempt to exculpate her.
But I wish not to exculpate myself where I feel I have been to blame.
You will exculpate yourself by denying the truth of this story, then?
This alone is enough to exculpate him of the charge of writing novels.
I cannot exculpate any commercial nation from this sweeping censure.
And then I attempted to exculpate myself: I could not prove that the things were stolen.
She was quite feverish in her anxiety to condemn herself and exculpate her lover.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR EXCULPATE
- bail out
- cast loose
- give off
- give out
- go easy on
- let off
- let off steam
- let up on
- open up
- set at large
- set free
- set loose
- take out
- turn loose
- turn out
- wipe slate clean