To grant a remission of sin to.
To cancel or not exact penalty for (an offense); forgive
To conduct or behave (oneself) in a particular manner:
Conduct means to direct, particularly a meeting or a group of musicians.
To call for; require
To serve as justification for:
Out of the way; completely away:
To act, react, function, or perform in a particular way:
To clear of guilt or blame.
Exonerate is defined as to relieve someone of a duty, or prove innocent.
Free means to release or let go.
(Chem.) To free from combination in a compound
To parole is to allow for the release of a prisoner.
To set free from confinement or bondage:
To give temporary relief to, as from trouble or pain
To vindicate is defined as to clear someone of criticism or blame.
To judge and find guilty of an offense charged
To adjudge someone guilty of a crime or to impose sentence, especially a severe penalty such as death or life imprisonment.
To declare a sentence on a convicted person; to doom; to condemn to punishment.
To ordain as a penalty
To find fault with (for something)
To express strong disapproval of or criticize severely, especially in an official capacity:
To condemn openly as being wrong or reprehensible.
(--- Obs.) To condemn as guilty
To become clean, clear, or pure
(Reflexive) To bear (oneself); to behave or conduct.
To lower in status or character; degrade or humble:
To behave or conduct (oneself) in a specified way
To play the part of; assume the dramatic role of:
To free of a debt, claim, obligation, responsibility, accusation, etc.; to absolve; to acquit; to clear.
To move along at a speed of
To release from obligation, accusation, penalty, etc.; to absolve; to acquit.
(Informal, Dial.) To take legal action (against)
To seem to consist or be made of:
To remove; to put off.
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