Exonerator Ex*on"er*a`tor, n. [L., an unloader.] One who exonerates or frees from obligation. [1913 Webster] ||

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  • exonerator — exonˈerator noun • • • Main Entry: ↑exonerate * * * exonerator (ɛgˈzɒnəreɪtə(r)) [a. late L. exonerātor, agent n f. exonerāre: see exonerate.] One who exonerates. a 1834 Dane cited by Worcester 1846 …   Useful english dictionary

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  • exonerate — exoneration, n. exonerative, adj. exonerator, n. /ig zon euh rayt /, v.t., exonerated, exonerating. 1. to clear, as of an accusation; free from guilt or blame; exculpate: He was exonerated from the accusation of cheating. 2. to relieve, as from… …   Universalium

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  • exonerate — /əgˈzɒnəreɪt / (say uhg zonuhrayt), /ɛg / (say eg ) verb (t) (exonerated, exonerating) 1. to clear, as of a charge; free from blame; exculpate. 2. to relieve, as from an obligation, duty, or task. {Latin exonerātus, past participle, disburdened}… …   Australian English dictionary

  • exonerate — [eg zän′ər āt΄, igzän′ə rāt΄] vt. exonerated, exonerating [< L exoneratus, pp. of exonerare, to disburden < ex , out + onerare, to load < onus (gen. oneris), a burden: see ONUS] 1. to relieve of (a duty, obligation, etc.) 2. to free from …   English World dictionary

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