arrest反义词1: release释放; 放开
arrest反义词2: acquit 宣判无罪; 除去责任或义务;
arrest of judgement
1. Some magistrates have abused their powers of arrest to extort confessions.
2. The authorities will be legally bound to arrest any suspects.
3. The police say he swallowed a cyanide capsule to avoid arrest.
4. The law could arrest the development of good research if applied prematurely.
5. He was released from house arrest two years ago.
6. The main opposition leaders had been arrested or placed under house arrest.
7. "Adolphus Kelling, I arrest you on a charge of trafficking in narcotics."—"What?"
8. He has now been formally given the grounds for his arrest.
9. Murder squad detectives approached the man and placed him under arrest.
10. He died of cardiac arrest after snorting cocaine.
11. PC Keith Gate helped arrest the men.
12. "Nancy Drew," she cried, "you're under arrest!"
13. The police have the power of arrest.
14. Nobody was cautioned after arrest.
15. The arrest has come as a terrible shock.
16. The hostage release could clear the decks for war.
17. The London-based foursome are set to release their fourth single this month.
18. He insists he has struck no bargains for their release.
19. He gave the okay to issue a new press release.
20. The autoexposure button is awkwardly placed under the lens release button.
21. I do not pretend tha t my protestations should acquit me.
22. I acquit Edward of all essential misconduct.
23. That fact decided the judge to acquit him.
24. I felt a considerable extension of power and authority, and was anxious to acquit myself creditably.
25. The judge directed the jury to acquit all the defendants.