assoile


assoile
/ssoyl/ (assoil, assoile, absoile, assoilyie.)
To absolve; acquit; to set free; to deliver from excommunication
absoile, assoil, assoile
/asoyl/ To pardon; to deliver from excommunication

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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  • assoil — /ssoyl/ (assoil, assoile, absoile, assoilyie.) To absolve; acquit; to set free; to deliver from excommunication absoile, assoil, assoile /asoyl/ To pardon; to deliver from excommunication …   Black's law dictionary

  • absoile — /ssoyl/ (assoil, assoile, absoile, assoilyie.) To absolve; acquit; to set free; to deliver from excommunication absoile, assoil, assoile /asoyl/ To pardon; to deliver from excommunication …   Black's law dictionary

  • assoilyie — /ssoyl/ (assoil, assoile, absoile, assoilyie.) To absolve; acquit; to set free; to deliver from excommunication absoile, assoil, assoile /asoyl/ To pardon; to deliver from excommunication …   Black's law dictionary

  • assoil — transitive verb Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French assoilé, past participle of assoudre to absolve, from Latin absolvere Date: 13th century 1. archaic absolve, pardon 2. archaic acquit, clear …   New Collegiate Dictionary


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