Definition of Inculpation. Meaning of Inculpation. Synonyms of Inculpation

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Definition of Inculpation

Inculpation
Inculpation In`cul*pa"tion, n. [Cf. F. inculpation.] Blame; censure; crimination. --Jefferson.

Meaning of Inculpation from wikipedia

- who is not visibly within the Church is necessarily ****ed in case of inculpable ignorance. Some of the most pertinent Catholic expressions of this doctrine...
- ********inated while he awaited prosecution in Paris following a 1991 inculpation for crimes against humanity; he had been prosecuted but partially acquitted...
- Communism would be left on the "ash heap of history," while Thatcher inculpated the Soviets as "bent on world dominance." In 1982 Reagan tried to cut...
- Latin culpa culpability, culpable, culprit, exculpate, exculpatory, inculpable, inculpate, inculpatory, mea culpa cune- wedge Latin cuneus coign, coigne,...
- highest echelons of the French justice system declared that he could not be inculpated while in office. During his two terms, he increased the Elysee Palace's...
- a fish fry at the time of the crime." There was no physical evidence inculpating McMillian. The trial lasted only a day and a half. On August 17, 1988...
- Spéciale TUERIES DU BRABANT " 3 octobre 2014 , Tueries du Brabant: pas d'inculpation de Michel Libert RTBF Tueries du Brabant: perquisition et interpellation...
- investigations in 1680 in fact completely exonerated Bernini, while inculpating Maderno. Never wholly without patronage during the Pamphili years, after...
- fault culpability, culpable, culprit, exculpate, exculpatory, inculpable, inculpate, inculpatory, mea culpa culter cultr- knife colter, coulter, cultellus...
- did, but would not vote for them, saying "I should feel I was morally inculpated in their follies" and added: "I do not aspire to advise my sovereign in...
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