Meaning of ABSOLVE in English

ABSOLVE

verb

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ NOUN

responsibility

Everyone but his father; whose condition, whose very nature absolved him of responsibility .

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

But now all of us have been absolved of ever considering it again.

But there may be cases where the landlord absolves his tenant from performance in ways which release the other covenantors.

For all that, the teacher can hardly be absolved from the attempt to clarify his own mind.

For Jason is proving, albeit from his grave, that death does not absolve bias.

He had provided a father-confessor figure to absolve the youngster's sins and absorb his phobias.

Oppenheimer seems to have absolved himself for lack of special expertise in ethics.

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