Definitions of "absolve"
  1. It refers to the action of freeing or relieving someone from an obligation or responsibility
  2. It's the act of officially deciding that someone is not at fault or is not liable
How to use "absolve" in a sentence
  1. The judge may absolve the defendant of the charges if evidence of innocence is presented.
  2. Let's not rush to absolve the firm, they must first prove they met the industry standards.
  3. The auditor was absolved from blame as she had followed all the correct protocols.

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