Definition of Inculpability

1. Noun. A state of innocence.

Exact synonyms: Blamelessness, Guiltlessness, Inculpableness
Generic synonyms: Innocence
Derivative terms: Blameless, Guiltless, Inculpable, Inculpable



Definition of Inculpability

1. Noun. Lack of culpability; freedom from blame. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Lexicographical Neighbors of Inculpability

incudostapedial
incudostapedial articulation
incudostapedial joint
inculcate
inculcated
inculcates
inculcating
inculcation
inculcations
inculcator
inculcators
inculk
inculked
inculking
inculks
inculpability (current term)
inculpable
inculpableness
inculpably
inculpate
inculpated
inculpates
inculpating
inculpation
inculpations
inculpative
inculpatory
incult
incultivated
incultivation

Literary usage of Inculpability

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review by William B. Dana (1843)
"The state is responsible for the value of effects deposited, except in cases of fire, the inculpability of those having charge being proven. ART. 20. ..."

2. Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review by William B. Dana (1843)
"The state is responsible for the value of effects deposited, except in cases of fire, the inculpability of those having charge being proven. ART. 20. ..."

3. The Magazine of American History with Notes and Queries by John Austin Stevens, Benjamin Franklin DeCosta, Martha Joanna Lamb, Henry Phelps Johnston, Nathan Gilbert Pond, William Abbatt (1884)
"... such a spirit of heroic trust in the unerring judgment of God, and of joyous faith in Christ, as to leave no room to question the entire inculpability, ..."

4. The English Review (1845)
"... on my part which might be opposed to their institution interfere with my acknowledgment, if truth should allow it, of their individual inculpability. ..."

5. An Essay on the Development of Christian Doctrine by John Henry Newman (1878)
"... the intrinsic malignity of matter, the inculpability of sensual indulgence, or the guilt of every pleasure of sense, of which last two one or other must ..."

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