Definition of 'inculpate'
Example sentences containing 'inculpate'
Elham said: `You fixed for someone to fake evidence which would inculpate my brother-in-law on a charge of burglary.A QUESTION OF PRINCIPLE A QUESTION OF PRINCIPLE
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