Words and phrases that have a meaning related to exoneration:   (122 results)

Often used in the same context:
acquittal, vindication, conviction, dismissal, pardon, disbarment, innocence, clemency, wrongdoing, prosecution, recantation, confession, verdict, commutation, accusers, retrial, retraction, guilt, reinstatement, absolution, convict, recusal, ouster, whitewash, mistrial, resignation, expulsion, apology, impeachment, perjury, perjurer, atonement, leniency, rehearing, incarceration, justice, extradition, plea bargain, sentence, censure, case, accusation, exculpation, indictments, trial, misdeed, arrest, culpability, repentance, inquiry, ruling, witch hunt, misconduct, malfeasance, rearrest, investigation, expungement, adjournment, reargument, disavowal, deportation, court martial, disqualification, murderer, allegations, pronouncement, alfred dreyfus, expunction, death, denials, contrition, reconsideration, extenuation, corroboration, jailing, watergate scandal, refutation, corroborating evidence, reversal, parole, omission, punishment, complicity, imprisonment, incorrigibility, appellate, demotion, vindictiveness, coverup, nol pros, resurrection, redemption, murder, retry, revocation, expiation, sainthood, persecution, cui bono, codefendants, mea culpa, departure, abdication, abrogation, renunciation, exclusion, condemnation, deliverance, disclaimer, legitimization, acknowledgment, annulment, assurance, clarification, cognizance, forfeiture, guaranty, ratification

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More general:

vindication, whitewash

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— Adjectives for exoneration: complete, full, own, such, total, public, legal, partial, final, official, eventual, more...

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