verb (used with object), crim·i·nat·ed, crim·i·nat·ing.
Origin of criminate
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.