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vindicate - Word of the Day - Sun Nov 27, 2022




vindicate - (verb) - 1: to free from allegation or blame; 2: to confirm, substantiate, or provide justification for; 3: avenge

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The jury vindicated Johnny Depp in his trial against Amber Turd.*

*if you don't know, don't look it up.

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the rejection of unworthy claimants with extreme prejudice was vindicated daily -_- :funny:


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14 hours ago, drpaladin said:

The Latin word chain vindex, vindicare, and vindicatus also gave us avenge, revenge, vengeance, vendetta, and vindictive.

That's definitely making the most out of a Latin root word, including its various tenses.  

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