verb (used with object), crim·i·nat·ed, crim·i·nat·ing.
Origin of criminate
Related formscrim·i·na·tion, nouncrim·i·na·tor, noun
Examples from the Web for criminate
"You should not ask him to criminate himself," said Mr Brodrick.Cousin Henry|Anthony Trollope
These wicked men, thirsting for my blood, had no right to make me criminate myself or my coadjutors.The Iron Furnace|John H. Aughey
What would become of Richard, the darling brother, whom not to criminate she had sacrificed truth, and would have sacrificed life?The White Rose of Langley|Emily Sarah Holt
I hastily prepared my defence and resolved on a dignified refusal to criminate myself under any provocation.Boycotted|Talbot Baines Reed
Mr. Hastings had no right, in order to clear himself of peculation, to criminate the majority with faction.