Convict and Free

Convict

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Convict verb – To find or pronounce guilty.
Free is an antonym for convict in find guilty topic.
Nearby Words: conviction, convicted, convicting
Antonyms for Convict

Free

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Free verb – To set free (as from slavery or confinement).
Convict is an antonym for free.
Nearby Words: freely, freed
Antonyms for Free
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Common collocations

party convict party free party
boy convict boy free boy
men convict men free men
god convict god free god
Other nouns: someone, victim, anyone, son, rangers, girls.

Both words in one sentence

  • The investigators put the evidence together, find out who did it, and then the perp gets off scot-free because the evidence isn't enough to convict them in court.
    Source: Not Proven
  • He's convicted and sentenced to hang for political reasons, but another convict is hanged in his place, leaving him free to clear his name.
  • And yet ANOTHER variant, from EC comics, at least three short stories (and perhaps even in a book in an Elder Scrolls game), there's an unsolved locked room murder, with only three people who possibly could have done it, but there's no evidence to convict anyone, and they all go free.
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