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Spell check of acquit

Correct spelling: acquit

Synonyms:
top, charge, dribble, forgive, reprieve, express, pay, elucidate, solve, authorise, muster out, sack, forget, guide, relent, refute, carry on, sway, crystallize, illuminate, deal, suffer, realize, transport, expect, mitigate, enlighten, deliver, stand, liberate, annul, eject, support, complete, law, bring in, stockpile, exculpate, pack, net, fire, put down, free, realise, take in, yield, turn out, extend, go off, tolerate, condone, overlook, drop, unclutter, empty, dismiss, assoil, sack up, straighten out, gestate, brighten, do, take, expatriate, give birth, sort out, wear, have a bun in the oven, discharge, crystalize, light up, pardon, persuade, make, birth, assume, excuse, exhaust, crystallise, post, crystalise, shed light on, gain, forbear, run, bear, be, show mercy, endure, unload, exempt, exile, drop off, earn, accept, vindicate, digest, convey, demean, take over, stock, conduct, exonerate, contain, channel, clear, set free, remit, hold, defray, call for, release, extradite, have, behave, avenge, act, pull in, apologize, clear up, bar, purge, award, stomach, brook, authorize, acquittal, carry, quit, direct, lead, expel, abide, stick out, transmit, set down, citation, deport, put up, dispatch, impart, pass, comport, absolve.

Antonyms:
carry on, obligate, cut up, impeach, condemn, indict, compel, accuse, misbehave, arraign, convict, act up, inculpate, oblige, criminate, misconduct, charge, bind, incriminate.

Examples of usage:

1) I may have been in that situation, and there may be those who believe that I have wronged them; but I am sure that an honest judge would acquit me of blame. - "The Mystery of the Locks", Edgar Watson Howe.

2) " There's no jury in the country that would not acquit you," Mrs. Cameron said. - "The Pioneers", Katharine Susannah Prichard.

3) Landolin, you are acquitted, but I wish that you would acquit yourself, and that you can do to- day, to me, by my help. - "Landolin", Berthold Auerbach.

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