Definition of Inculpate

1. Verb. Suggest that someone is guilty.




Definition of Inculpate

1. v. t. To blame; to impute guilt to; to accuse; to involve or implicate in guilt.

Definition of Inculpate

1. Verb. (archaic) To imply guilt; to incriminate. ¹

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Definition of Inculpate

1. [v -PATED, -PATING, -PATES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Inculpate

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inculpate (current term)
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incult
incultivated
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incumbencies
incumbency
incumbent

Literary usage of Inculpate

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1. A Treatise on Criminal Procedure by Francis Wharton, James Manford Kerr (1918)
"JUROR MUST ANSWER QUESTIONS, BUT NOT TO inculpate HIMSELF. The prevailing opinion, in this country, is that a juror must answer, under oath, any question ..."

2. Annals of the Reign of King George the Third by John Aikin (1816)
"Motion to inculpate the First Lord of the Admiralty. — Motions against the Prosecution of the American War : Resolution carried against an offensive War. ..."

3. The Whole Works of the Right Rev. Jeremy Taylor...: With an Essay by Jeremy Taylor (1851)
"Of some Causes of Error in the Exercise of Reason, which are inculpate in themselves. \. THEN I consider that there are a great many inculpable causes of ..."

4. Annals of the Reign of King George the Third: From Its Commencement in the by John Aikin (1820)
"Motion to inculpate the First Lord of the Admiralty.— Motions against the Prosecution of the American War: Resolution carried against an offensive War, ..."

5. The Whole Works ; with an Essay Biographical and Critical by Jeremy Taylor (1835)
"Of some Causes of Error in the Exercise of Reason, which are inculpate in themselves. ... inculpate ..."

6. Reports of Cases Before the High Court and Circuit Courts of Justiciary in by Scotland High Court of Justiciary, Alexander Forbes Irvine (1868)
"... person's house to those which inculpate himself; but, on the contrary, the words of the warrant would justify the seizure of papers tending to inculpate ..."

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