Definition of Acquiting

1. Verb. (present participle of acquit) ¹



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Definition of Acquiting

1. acquite [v] - See also: acquite

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Acquiting

acquisitions
acquisitive
acquisitively
acquisitiveness
acquisitivenesses
acquisitor
acquisitors
acquisitory
acquisitus
acquist
acquists
acquit
acquite
acquited
acquites
acquiting (current term)
acquitment
acquitments
acquits
acquittal
acquittals
acquittance
acquittanced
acquittances
acquittaunce
acquitted
acquitter
acquitters
acquitting
acracies

Literary usage of Acquiting

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1. Collections by Minisink Valley Historical Society, Connecticut Historical Society (1826)
"... and suppress the Book, he therefore hop'd he should not pass unpunished in this Court: yet the Court acquiting him, the Bp stood up again in a Fury, ..."

2. pennsylvania archives by Pennsylvania State Library, Pennsylvania Dept. of Public Instruction, Pennsylvania Secretary of the Commonwealth (1875)
"D'r Sir, pations and perseverence in doing your duty and acquiting a good Conscience, will give ample satisfaction. Any reproach your enemys have ..."

3. The Gentleman's Magazine (1822)
"From Mr. Fell's school he removed to another kept by Mr. Aird, for the purpose of acquiting a knowledge of land-surveying, a profession he intended to ..."

4. The Writings of James Monroe: Including a Collection of His Public and by James Monroe (1899)
"But in this they were mistaken; for all those troops behaved with great bravery and intrepidity, acquiting themselves as they had done before on the Rhine; ..."

5. The Annual Register edited by Edmund Burke (1840)
"The jury having retired for about half an hour, returned into court acquiting the prisoner on the indictment for murder, and finding him Guilty of ..."

6. The Psalms and Hymns: With the Catechism, Confession of Faith and Liturgy of by Reformed Church in America, John Henry Livingston (1814)
"... anJ to the poor grateful hearts towards those, who help and serve them; to the end that every one acquiting himself of his duty, thy holy name may ..."

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