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exonerate
1. to relieve of a responsibility, obligatoin, or hardship. 2. to clear from accusation or blame
chauvinism
n. excessive or blind patriotism. 2. undue partiliaty or attachment to a group or place to which one belongs or has belonged. 3. an attitude of superiority toward members of the opposite sex
veracity
n. 1. devotion to the truth 2. power of conveying or perceiving truth 3. conformity with truth or fact 4. something true
certitude
n. the state of being or feeling certain
culpable
adj. guilty, criminal
clemency
n. a disposition to be merciful and especiall to merdate the severity of punishment due.