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  • Suspected Christian spy is murdered
    Phineas Wilcox is stabbed to death by fellow members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Nauvoo, Illinois, because he is believed to be a Christian spy. The murder of Wilcox reflected the serious and often violent conflict between the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints ...
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Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day
  • exonerate

    Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for September 16, 2021 is:

    exonerate • \ig-ZAH-nuh-rayt\  • verb

    Exonerate means "to clear from a charge of wrongdoing or from blame."

    // The witness' testimonies were key in exonerating the defendant.

    // The report exonerated the captain from any blame for the ship's running aground.

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    "The actor met with Sooner State oil rig workers who helped him prepare for his role in 'Stillwater' as a father desperate to exonerate his jailed daughter of a murder conviction in France." — Peter Sblendorio, The Buffalo (New York) News, 1 Aug. 2021

    Did you know?

    Exonerate comes from the Latin verb exonerare, meaning "to unburden." That verb combines the prefix ex- with onus, meaning "load" or "burden." In its earliest uses, exonerate was applied to physical burdens—a ship, for example, could be exonerated of its cargo when it was unloaded. Later it was used in reference to the freeing of any kind of burden, including blame or charges of wrongdoing.

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