Definition of Exculpated

1. Adjective. Freed from any question of guilt. "His official honor is vindicated"

Exact synonyms: Absolved, Clear, Cleared, Exonerated, Vindicated
Similar to: Clean-handed, Guiltless, Innocent
Derivative terms: Clear, Clearness



Definition of Exculpated

1. Verb. (past of exculpate) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Exculpated

1. exculpate [v] - See also: exculpate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Exculpated

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exculpated (current term)
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Literary usage of Exculpated

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Archives of Maryland by Maryland Historical Society (1892)
"Committee on the Subject, but that he had given the said Instructions himself, that he exculpated the Committee from all Censure on that Account, ..."

2. Lives of the Queens of England of the House of Hanover by Doran (John) (1875)
"... dealt with—Her memorial to the King—Delay in doing her justice—The Monarch's decision—exculpated from the grave charges —Comparison of Caroline Queen of ..."

3. The History of Wisconsin: In Three Parts, Historical, Documentary, and by William Rudolph Smith (1854)
"... Wabash—Army encamps—Attacked by the Indians and entirely defeated—Great loss of the Americans—Causes of defeat—St. Clair exculpated—New army authorized ..."

4. Richard III., as Duke of Gloucester and King of England by Caroline Amelia Halsted (1844)
"Gloucester exculpated from all participation either in the dispute or in the death of his brother. —Gloucester assists at the marriage of his infant nephew ..."

5. The Origin of Ideas by Antonio Rosmini (1884)
"ARTICLE V. Men are exculpated from many errors. 1302. The nature of the assent given or refused to a proposition deserves every attention. ..."

6. The Life of Augustus, Viscount Keppel, Admiral of the White, and First Lord by Thomas Robert Keppel (1842)
"... storm—Commands the army at Denain—Is defeated— Is exculpated by Eugene—Magnificent bequest of King William —Lord Albemarle's Dutch honours—William Anne, ..."

7. The Origin of Ideas by Antonio Rosmini (1884)
"There is nothing in them of a nature to produce in our will a bias in favour of one result rather than of another. ARTICLE V. Men are exculpated from many ..."

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