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incriminate (verb), incriminates; incriminated; incriminating
1. To provide evidence of an involvement in some illegitimate activity: The hidden cameras in the train station incriminated two teenagers by taking pictures of them breaking into a candy machine and running off with several items.
2. To be charged unjustly with something even when the accused is completely innocent: Mark's brother was sitting behind a woman on a bus who incriminated him of hitting her on the head with a tennis ball which was actually thrown by someone else who was farther in the back of the bus.
To unjustly accuse someone with a crime or some unacceptable action even though he or she had nothing to do with what happened.
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To be unjustly accuse someone of doing something even when the person is completely innocent; to provide evidence of an involvement in some illegitimate activity. (1)