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To indicate the guilt of.
Late Latin incrīmināre incrīmināt- Latin in- causative pref. in–2 Latin crīmen crīmin- crime crime
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
From Latin incriminatum, past participle of incriminare.
It followed from his training that, if you admit one error in a revealed text, you incriminate the whole.
Tony was not found guilty because the cops did not find enough evidence to incriminate him.
By withholding evidence, Rachel tried not to incriminate her guilty friend.
The investigators had many different methods to incriminate guilty suspects.
The police led the two suspects to belive that the other one would incriminate them.
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