Examples of vindication in a Sentence
recanted testimony that resulted in a long-overdue vindication
Recent Examples of vindication from the Web
Writers on the subject tend to say this suffering is mitigated by the vindication of God’s justice and the ultimate prospect of heaven.
Moore's campaign touted Nelson's admission as a kind of vindication in its own news conference Friday, suggesting that voters could not trust her story.
The point of getting together was never proselytization or vindication.
Chinese activists saw the award as a signal of international support and vindication.
Still, China’s Communist Party has seen events in the West — from the 2008 financial crisis to the election of Donald Trump, and even Brexit — as a vindication of its own political and economic system.
Trump may take this analogy as vindication of his approach to public relations.
The victory was is vindication for Jones, who was dominant at the Kansas Speedway two weeks ago, but with four laps remaining, was overtaken by Christopher Bell after leading 186 laps.
Veselnitskaya has previously celebrated the resolution of the Prevezon case in the US as vindication of her client's innocence, even though that innocence was not technically established under the terms of the settlement.
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First Known Use of vindication
Synonymsclearing, exculpation, exoneration, acquittal
Related Wordsabsolution, condonation, forgiveness, pardon, remission; atonement, expiation; compurgation; whitewash
Near Antonymsaccusation, arraignment, impeachment, incrimination, indictment; prosecution; castigation, censure, condemnation, denunciation
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