verb (used with object), vin·di·cat·ed, vin·di·cat·ing.
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The late-life Vidal presented himself as a national conscience, a vindicator of small r-republican ideals against imperial excess.
The Youngstown Vindicator named 2011 the “Year of the Earthquakes” in Mahoning County.Youngstown Rocks: Is Fracking Causing Earthquakes in Ohio?|John Avlon|January 3, 2012|DAILY BEAST
It is ingeniously asserted by the vindicator that a servant of James brought the report that he had ridden away.James VI and the Gowrie Mystery|Andrew Lang
Thus far he figures as the vindicator of simple veracity against those who, in the name of morals, would make it of no account.Rationalism|John Mackinnon Robertson
Was it not ignoble to refuse the province of a vindicator of the injured, before any tribunal, however tremendous or unjust?Ormond, Volume II (of 3)|Charles Brockden Brown
The presentiment existed, for had not the Abbé Raynal long before predicted a vindicator for the race?
If there is not such a One, the Helper and Vindicator of meek fidelity, virtue has no sanction and well-doing no recompense.Judges and Ruth|Robert A. Watson