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ex·on·er·ate
[ig-zon-uh-reyt]
VERB (USED WITH OBJECT) [EX·ON·ER·AT·ED, EX·ON·ER·AT·ING.]
1.
to clear, as of an accusation; free from guilt or blame; exculpate: He was exonerated from the accusation of cheating.
2.
to relieve, as from an obligation, duty, or task.
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Exanimate definition, inanimate or lifeless. See more.

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Define exanimate: lacking animation : spiritless; being or appearing lifeless.

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Exanimate definition: lacking life; inanimate | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.

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exanimate (third-person singular simple present exanimates, present participle exanimating, simple past and past participle exanimated). (obsolete, transitive) ...

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Define exanimate. exanimate synonyms, exanimate pronunciation, exanimate translation, English dictionary definition of exanimate. adj rare lacking life; ...

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Definition of exanimate - showing no sign of life; lifeless.

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A city agen, But peopled by pale mechanical men, With workhouses filled, and prisons, and marts, And faces that spake exanimate hearts. Various. So long as I  ...

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Synonyms for exanimate at Thesaurus.com with free online thesaurus, antonyms, and definitions. Dictionary and Word of the Day.

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dead; inanimate; without animation; spiritless; inert. Origin of exanimate. Classical Latin exanimatus, past participle of exanimare, to deprive of air, kill from ex-, ...