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Definition of "acquitting" []

  • Present participle of acquit. (verb)

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Use "acquitting" in a sentence
  • "When she had been a little accustomed to me, she would not part with me; I have been so happy as to make myself useful to her and her children; and in acquitting myself as far as I could of my debt of gratitude, I have found the best and only defence against that regret and anguish which devoured me."
  • "A precedent quoted to justify them in acquitting Jeremiah."
  • "Archbishop of Canterbury and his Royal parents the Prince was described as acquitting himself "extremely well.""