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Definition of "acquits" [acquits]

  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of acquit. (verb)

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Use "acquits" in a sentence
  • "The former, a cultural and environmental historian, acquits herself admirably, distilling fact from fiction, employing supple and incisive prose, and trailing casual acumen in her measured wake."
  • "He acquits himself admirably if you grade on a scale."
  • "But the moonlighting Mr. Ritter, whose full-time job is as an alt-country singer-songwriter, acquits himself quite well."