Exoneration in a sentence

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Definition of Exoneration

  • The act of disburdening, discharging, or freeing morally from a charge or imputation; also, the state of being disburdened or freed from a charge.
  • the act of vindicating or defending against criticism or censure etc.
  • the condition of being relieved from blame or obligation

How to use exoneration in a sentence. Exoneration pronunciation.

He clung to the hope that something might yet occur to exculpate his favorite, though how or whence exoneration was to come, he could not conceive.
Generous youth and benevolent age joined hands of exoneration over her.
He could not hate and condemn her for ten minutes at a time without a flow of exoneration; he could not think of her tolerantly or lovingly without immediate shame and resentment, and with the utmost will in the world he could not banish her from his mind.
Antonyms: opaque, obscure, indecipherable, ambiguous, equivocal, vague, cryptic, abstruse, inexplicable, roily, turbid, enigmatical, inexplicit, inaudible, adulterated, cloudy, befogged, unintelligible, doubtful. clear, v. clarify; explain, interpret, elucidate, eclaircise; acquit, absolve, exonerate, vindicate; disengage, extricate, disentangle, disperse. clearer, n. clarifier. clearing, n. clarification, clearance, dispersion; interpretation, explanation, eclaircissement, dénouement; exoneration, acquittal; assart. clearness, n. clarity, distinctness; transparency, limpidity, lucidity, perspicuity, translucency; serenity.
Antonyms: inequity, injustice. justifiable, a. warrantable, defensible, vindicable. justification, n. vindication, exuplpation, exoneration, defense. justifier, n. justificatior, vindicator, defender. justify, v. vindicate, warrant, excuse, exonorate, exculpate, absolve, defend. justle, v. clash, bump, jostle, collide.
Antonyms: immunity, impunity, acquittal, exoneration.

Examples of Exoneration

Example #1
She shook her head mournfully, and rose from her knees.
Example #2
Come, without condition and without reserve.
Example #3
A perfect romance, Mr. Chancellor.
Example #4
The immoralities of blue blood, like the amours of the Gods, were to his mind tolerable, if not beneficial to mankind, and he presumed I should find them toothsome.
Example #5
During the intervening years he had never ceased to have her in his mind; he would not think of her it is true if he could help it, but often he could not help it, and as a negative presence, as a thing denied, she was almost more potent than she had been as a thing accepted.
Example #6
He had been ready for noble deeds and villainies, for achievements and failures, and here as the dominant fact of his personal life was a perplexing riddle.