exculpation

[ ek-skuhl-peyt, ik-skuhl-peyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF exculpation

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He foresaw that any attempt at exculpation would be as fruitless as dangerous.

She fought on the consuming fire to have her exculpation heard.

But, because she was Clancy Deane, they were not words of exculpation, or of apology.

His exculpation was complete before every tribunal of opinion.

But that very circumstance is our exculpation, instead of our guilt.

It fortunately happens that you are all present to hear my exculpation.

And your exculpation of Karen did not convince me as it seemed to do Mrs. Forrester.

The dangers of the pass will be my exculpation; it will be surmised that you fell into the ravine.

Perhaps there may be some little thing to say in exculpation.

He hath no word either of exculpation, denial, or assent from me.

WORD ORIGIN

1715, noun of action from exculpate.

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