What is a 6 letter word that mean to declare innocent?
Acquit is a six letter word to declare innocence.
The word 'innocent' is both an adjective and a noun. The noun 'innocent' is a concrete noun as a word for someone who has little experience of life and the bad things that people do. The noun innocent is a concrete noun as a word for a person. The abstract noun form of the adjective innocent is innocence.
"Ingenuous" means naive or innocent. (Think of the word "ingenue" for a stage role for a young, innocent woman.) "Disingenuous" looks like it would mean the opposite of "ingenuous," but that is not exactly so. "Disingenuous" means falsely pretending to be innocent or naive. Someone who is conniving and trying to manipulate for his own self-interest may pretend to be sincere and innocent in his motivations; we might call him disingenuous.
Innocent means not guilty. Here are some sentences. He is innocent of that crime. A baby is so innocent! "I'm innocent!" said the boy when the teacher caught him with a spitball. "I am so innocent!" Despite being caught with the stolen merchandise in his car, Billy claimed he was innocent and that this ex-wife was trying to set him up.