Absolve: Synonyms and Antonyms
Absolve( Transitive Verb )
The Investigation Committee absolved
his from all the charges leveled against him by his company.Synonyms:
13. freeContextual Examples:
her a long time ago.
The Jury acquitted
him of the charge of murder.
A courier delivered
the parcels to our office.
The accused man was not found guilty and discharged
I consider that I have been completely vindicated
9. UpbraidContextual Examples:
A bad workman blames
Two MPs were censured
by the speaker.
There was not enough evidence to convict
She has completed his sentence and will now be released
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