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Definition of ACQUITTAL


  • A judgment that a person is not guilty of the crime with which the person has been charged
  • an act of acquitting [n ACQUITTALS]
  • the act of acquitting [n -S]
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acquisitors acquist acquists acquit acquite acquites acquiting acquitment acquitments acquits

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acquittals acquittance acquittanced acquittances acquittancing acquitted acquitter acquitters acquitting acrasia
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