Definition Of incriminate
make (someone) appear guilty of a crime or wrongdoing; strongly imply the guilt of (someone).
he refused to answer questions in order not to incriminate himself
Example Of incriminate
‘One weakness in the original defence case is that they never developed the defence of incrimination ,’ he said.
Benicia invited Martin to lunch to discuss evidence that could incriminate him in the embezzlement.
But it provides the protection against giving evidence in which you might incriminate yourself.
Chick had during his evidence withdrawn much, if not all, of his evidence incriminating Sherwood and O'Brien.
Cindy got the tape that incriminates Grant after she heard Marley tell Jake where it was hidden.