exculpatory

[ ik-skuhl-puh-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF exculpatory

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That this, indeed, had been followed by an exculpatory declaration.

All exculpatory arguments were futile against the fact itself.

Jay, angered at the injustice of a reproof which belonged more especially to him, drew up an exculpatory statement.

The outcry against Guarini on this occasion was so great that he found himself obliged to put forth an exculpatory statement.

These two points are stated plainly in the "exculpatory word" prefixed to the reprint in 1868.

The queen mother's exculpatory statements may be examined in Le Laboureur, Add.

But the justice done to Edgar she gloried in, as an apology for her feelings, and exculpatory of her weakness.

The refusal of Mr. Lennox to make any exculpatory statement has created a great sensation in the neighborhood.

As for her refusal to listen to the rest of his story, the important part, the exculpatory part—it was monstrously unjust.

Just before his trial he made the terrible mistake of sending to Bonaparte an exculpatory letter.

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