Vindication Definition

vĭndĭ-kāshən
noun
A vindicating or being vindicated.
Webster's New World
Something that provides evidence or support for a claim or argument.
American Heritage
A fact or circumstance that vindicates, or justifies.
Webster's New World
Vindication is defined as the act of justifying or clearing someone of blame.
The result of a trial that cleared a suspect of a crime is an example of vindication.
YourDictionary
Vindication is the feeling that someone’s opinion or belief was justified.
An example of vindication is appreciation given to a mother for her strict discipline after her children are older.
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Other Word Forms of Vindication

Noun

Singular:
vindication
Plural:
vindications

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