Synonyms of absolve in English:

absolve


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verb

1‘the fact that a criminal offence occurred a long time ago does not absolve the wrongdoer from guilt’

SYNONYMS
exonerate, discharge, acquit, exculpate, vindicate
release, relieve, liberate, free, deliver, clear, spare, exempt
informal let off
ANTONYMS

blame, condemn

2‘I absolve you from all your sins’

SYNONYMS
forgive, pardon, excuse, give amnesty to, give dispensation to, give indulgence to
reprieve, have mercy on, show mercy to
ANTONYMS

punish