Definition of 'vindicate'
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Gregory, as if to vindicate his master, rolled on to his back and began to wave all four legs in the air. THE DUTCH BLUE ERROR (2001)
"The suits are valid and are being brought to vindicate legal wrongs, under both federal and state law. THE VENDETTA DEFENCE (2001)
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Used Occasionally. vindicate is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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British English: vindicate VERB
If a person or their decisions, actions, or ideas are vindicated, they are proved to be correct, after people have said that they were wrong.
The director said he had been vindicated by the experts' report.
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