To cover with a lime wash
paint, whiten, calcimine, paint white, apply a white coating, wash.
*To give the appearance of innocence
varnish, gloss over, cover up, veneer, conceal the facts of, play down, rationalize; see also excuse.
Antonyms implicate*, accuse, blame.
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To give a deceptively attractive appearance to:
To conceal or make light of a fault or offense:
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