English words and Examples of Usage

use "absolve" in a sentence

This doesn't absolve those who respond to such conditions with violence.

After all, What other crime would you absolve them from in a case like this?

To be born, and to have grown, To absolve us all!

In a confession to Father Ralph, Father John expresses guilt he did not absolve Linda before her confession abruptly ended.

But doesn't entirely absolve his own countrymen, either.

Still, that doesn't absolve online merchants of al

l burden.

But Judaism teaches that freedom does not absolve us of our responsibility to protect the most vulnerable.

A legal suit he filed accused Fernandez of working to absolve the Iranian officials accused of orchestra

ting the attack.

In our lives, the jury decision not to indict does not suddenly absolve Darren Wilson of Mike Brown's death.

He said it did not absolve medical employers of their duties to check doctors were qualif

ied and competent.

Scar tries to absolve himself, saying that he did not really mean it.

He vowed that he would absolve himself in the eyes of Mork and Gork, the Orc gods.

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