Synonyms & Antonyms : Convict


( Verb )

To convict him of his errors is what we have to do at once.






Contextual Examples:

The spy was condemned to long imprisonment by the court.

The thief was sentenced to one year’s rigorous imprisonment.





Contextual Examples:

The corrupt official was discharged from service.

The accused was acquitted by the judge as the prosecution failed to produce adequate evidence against him.

The law should take every measure so that the innocent people are not punished.

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