acquittal (part of speech: noun)
liberation (part of speech: noun)
vindication (part of speech: noun)
forgiveness (part of speech: noun)
- Vernon's full exoneration of her for making a confidant of himself, did not extend its leniency to the young lady's character when there was question of her doing the same with a second gentleman. - "The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith", George Meredith.
- It is quite probable that the aggregation of all duck hunters in one general group cannot be at once remedied; and the expectation can hardly be entertained that any sub- classification now proposed will gain the acceptance and notoriety necessary for the immediate exoneration of those included within this group who are not in the least responsible for the sordid and sanguinary behavior of either the market shooter or the dead shot. - "Fishing and Shooting Sketches", Grover Cleveland.
- The Mission of Fishing and Fishermen It was quite a long time ago that a compelling sense of duty led me to undertake the exoneration of a noble fraternity, of which I am an humble member, from certain narrow- minded, if not malicious, accusations. - "Fishing and Shooting Sketches", Grover Cleveland.