Definition for DIS-CULP'ATE

DIS-CULP'ATE, v.t. [Fr. disculper; Sp. disculpar; dis and L. culpa, a fault.]

To free from blame or fault; to exculpate; to excuse. Neither does this effect of the independence of nations disculpate the author of an unjust war. – Trans. of Vattel. Hist. of California.

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