verb (used with object), vin·di·cat·ed, vin·di·cat·ing.
Origin of vindicate
Examples from the Web for unvindicated
I doubt the letters of the unvindicated who wrote, begging for a fresh look at the evidence, seemed any less sincere.
How many have gone the way whence they shall not return, unheard apparently, unvindicated, hidden in calumny and shame!Expositor's Bible: The Book of Job|Robert Watson
British Dictionary definitions for unvindicated
Word Origin for vindicate
Word Origin and History for unvindicated
1620s, "to avenge or revenge," from Latin vindicatus, past participle of vindicare (see vindication). Meaning "to clear from censure or doubt, by means of demonstration" is recorded from 1630s. Related: Vindicated, vindicating.