Noun Acquittal Definition and Examples


Noun:

Acquittal

Definition:

noun

1. the act of acquitting; discharge.

2. the state of being acquitted; release.

3. the discharge or settlement of a debt, obligation, etc.

4. Law. judicial deliverance from a criminal charge on a verdict or finding of not guilty.


Examples:

"There can be acquittal rates."
"There can be acquittal outcomes."
"There can be acquittal cases."
"There can be acquittal worths."
"There can be acquittal rulings."
"There can be acquittal reverses."
"acquittals can be on charges."
"people/places/organizations can have acquittals."
"officers can have acquittals."
"people can have acquittals."
"acquittals can be in others."
"killers can have acquittals."
"generals can have acquittals."
"acquittals can be by juries."
"acquittals can be as triumphs."
"acquittals can be on counts."
"walkers can have acquittals."
"soos can have acquittals."
"policemen can have acquittals."
"organizations can have acquittals."


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