Acquit : Synonyms and Antonyms
( Verb )
He was acquitted of the murder charges by the Supreme Court.
The inquiry absolves her of all responsibility for charges.
Did you deliver my message to my mother?
The accused man was not found guilty and was discharged.
My pant caught in barbed wire and it took me some time to free it.
The bullet is released from the gun at a very high speed.
The bypass relieves traffic jams in the city center.
If you fail the exam you will only have yourself to blame.
I resent the charges of incompetence made against me.
She is often condemned as uncaring.
She has been twice convicted of fraud.
Damn this computer. What is the matter with it?
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