\ EK-skuhl-payt; ek-SKUHL-payt
transitive verb – To clear from alleged fault or guilt. To prove to be guiltless. To relieve of blame. To acquit.
Exculpate is ultimately derived from Latin ex-, “without” + culpare, “to blame,” from culpa, “blame, fault.”
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