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acquit (the foll. are the rarer meanings in S.)
1. to atone for Lucr. 1071 “Till life to death acquit my forc'd offence.”
2. to repay, requite Mer.V. V. i. 138, H5 II. ii. 144.
3. pa. pple. “acquit of,” rid of Wiv. I. iii. 25.
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