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What is another word for acquit?

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To remove from suspicion or guilt
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“If you think that, because he was so drunk, he did not intend or may not have intended to kill or cause grievous bodily harm, then you must acquit him.”
To conduct oneself, or to perform, in a specified or expected way
“I'm relatively sure that I can acquit myself well in an interview as well, but my performance in that interview is less important to me at the moment than getting to it.”
To fulfill or discharge an obligation or duty
“I would desire also that, in case of their neglecting to acquit themselves of their duty, they should always be liable.”
To pay off a debt
“We see young men who owe us a new world, so readily and lavishly they promise, but they never acquit the debt.”
To successfully evade legal consequences
To pay out, usually from a public fund or treasury
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