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Definition of ACQUITTED


  • to pay off (as a claim or debt)
  • pay requite
  • discharge completely (as from an obligation or accusation) the court acquitted the prisoner
  • conduct (oneself) usually satisfactorily especially under stress the recruits acquitted themselves like veterans
  • ACQUIT, to free from a charge [v]
  • ACQUIT, to free or clear from a charge of fault or crime [v]
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