liberated (part of speech: verb)
dismissed (part of speech: verb)
refused (part of speech: verb)
vindicated (part of speech: verb)
forgave (part of speech: verb)
annulled (part of speech: verb)
dissolved, negated, destroyed, undone, disavowed, eradicated, annulled, nullified, denied, withdrew, abnegated, eliminated, canceled, deleted, vetoed, repudiated, divorced, withdrawn, invalidated, refuted, effaced, rejected, extinguished, abolished, disclaimed, disaffirmed, retracted, revoked, obliterated, neutralized, undid
acquited (part of speech: verb)
- And it'll be dismissed. - "Courts and Criminals", Arthur Train.
- He says he found that the Attorney General had not looked into the record carefully, and so he did not think the case should be dismissed. - "The Squatter and the Don", C. Loyal.
- Alexina having arranged it to her satisfaction dismissed the subject. - "The Sisters-In-Law", Gertrude Atherton.