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Adjective: absolved  ub'zólvd
  1. Freed from any question of guilt
    "is absolved from all blame";
    - clear, cleared, exculpated, exonerated, vindicated
Verb: absolve  ub'zólv
  1. Grant remission of a sin to
    "The priest absolved him and told him to say ten Hail Mary's";
    - shrive [archaic]
     
  2. Let off the hook
    "I absolve you from this responsibility";
    - justify, free

See also: clean-handed, guiltless, innocent

Type of: forgive, pardon

Antonym: blame

Encyclopedia: Absolve