exoneration

[ ig-zon-uh-reyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF exoneration

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Exoneration of landlords for conditions at Greenwood's Rancho.

And as for exoneration—I dont agree with you, and Adrienne doesnt agree.

There is neither judgment nor exoneration, but merely narration.

An official investigation, held at his demand, resulted in his exoneration.

I'll find this Indian eldorado and your grandfather's exoneration at the same time.

None of our excuses can be made persuasive enough for exoneration.

This exoneration was far from satisfying Temple, who conceived that it rather injured than improved his position.

I petition that it be examined, and a copy be given me as a safeguard for my exoneration in all particulars.

The papal sentence was acquittal and this apparently carried with it the exoneration of his kindred—but it came too late.

Listen, Florrie, here's something that pleases me as much as my exoneration by the Board of Inquiry.

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