acquit

Acquit is a verb that gives the definition to decide that someone is not guilty of a crime. To release or discharge. To settle or satisfy. To free or clear. To bear or conduct.

Examples:

  1. The jury ‘acquitted’ her of the crime that she supposedly had commit.
  2. He ‘acquitted’ himself of all of the worries in life, by deciding to simply live his life to the best of his ability.
  3. The striker ‘acquitted’ himself in a great manner to help his team to victory.

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