Definitions of "acquittal"
  1. Act of being relieved or freed from a debt, obligation or liability
  2. The legal declaration of innocence or free from guilt for a charged offense, decreed either by a court ruling, jury decision, or other lawful means
How to use "acquittal" in a sentence
  1. Following detailed investigation, the court finally delivered an acquittal due to insufficient evidence.
  2. The defense attorney was successful in obtaining an acquittal for his client.
  3. Despite all the allegations, the acquittal was granted as the charges could not be proven beyond a reasonable doubt.

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