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Exculpate definition is - to clear from alleged fault or guilt. How to use exculpate in a sentence. Did You Know? Synonym Discussion of exculpate.

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Exculpate definition, to clear from a charge of guilt or fault; free from blame; vindicate. See more.

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To exculpate means to find someone not guilty of criminal charges. If you've been wrongly accused of robbery, you'd better hope a judge will exculpate you, ...

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This shows that willingness to do everything possible to help the embryo survive is not sufficient to exculpate the agents from the charge of instrumentalization.

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exculpate (third-person singular simple present exculpates, present participle exculpating, simple past and past participle exculpated). To clear of or to free from ...

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What does Exculpate vs exonerate mean? Learn the definition of Exculpate vs exonerate & other commonly used words, phrases, & idioms in the English ...