Definitions for vindication
ˌvɪn dɪˈkeɪ ʃənvin·di·ca·tion
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the act of vindicating or defending against criticism or censure etc.
"friends provided a vindication of his position"
defense, defence, vindicationnoun
the justification for some act or belief
"he offered a persuasive defense of the theory"
the act of vindicating or the state of being vindicated
evidence, facts, statements or arguments that justify a claim or belief
Vindication refers to the act of clearing someone of blame or suspicion, or the process through which one's claims, beliefs, or actions are proven to be correct or justified. It can also refer to the act of protecting something from damage, criticism, or neglect.
the act of vindicating, or the state of being vindicated; defense; justification against denial or censure; as, the vindication of opinions; his vindication is complete
the claiming a thing as one's own; the asserting of a right or title in, or to, a thing
Etymology: [L. vindicatio a laying claim, defense, vindication. See Vindicate.]
Vindication is an album by the Norwegian black metal band Susperia. It is their second album, and it was produced by Peter Tägtgren completely free of charge before closing down his studio.
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The subtlest form of irony.
The numerical value of vindication in Chaldean Numerology is: 2
The numerical value of vindication in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
Truth is generally the best vindication against slander.
I ask you all to join me in supporting my deputy and his co-accused as they also await their overdue vindication.
Our main consideration was his vindication, as for how much we should be compensated, that's a decision by the state.
It is a vindication of Mr. Krasnoperov's constitutional rights, and what happened in the trial was really quite unfair.
Because of what they've done, getting households to repay Swiss franc loans early, providing them with a hedging mechanism the adjustment cost has been priced in and hedged, it's been a vindication of Hungary's intent.
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- vindicación, justificaciónSpanish
- pemulihan nama baikIndonesian
- 証拠, 擁護, 立証, 支持Japanese
- justificação, ReivindicaçãoPortuguese
- реабилитация, обоснование, виндикация, оправдание, доказательствоRussian
- teyit, doğrulama, kanıtlamaTurkish
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