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無罪, むざい

  • muzai


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), nouns which may take the genitive case particle `no'

  • innocence

Examples of 無罪,むざい in a Sentence

We hold that he is not guilty.
It follows from what she said that he is not guilty.
The lawyer insisted on the client's innocence.
An innocent man was arrested by mistake.
Of course, innocent people were released.
The lawyer believed in his client's innocence.
The court acquitted him of the charge of murder.
We are all convinced of his innocence.
From this evidence it follows that he is innocent.
We have every reason to believe him innocent.

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