Definition of 'exonerate'
Example sentences containing 'exonerate'
SOMEWHERE EAST OF LIFE (1991)
Nora wanted to fish about and hook some small and reassuring truth that would exonerate Kennerly and release her from her guilt.DEATH OF AN UNKNOWN MAN (1991)
Beth imparted this piece of information very hastily indeed, anxious as she was to exonerate herself.NOBLE BEGINNNINGS (1991)
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