Definitions of "exonerate"
  1. Relieving someone from a responsibility, burden or difficulty
  2. Clearing someone from a charge, allegation or responsibility
How to use "exonerate" in a sentence
  1. The new evidence will exonerate the accused from the crime.
  2. After rigorous investigation, they were able to exonerate the person of all charges.
  3. The goal of the defense lawyer is to exonerate their client by presenting solid evidence.

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