disculpated

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Mme Kormann was legally disculpated in April of 1789 and would be able to divorce in 1793.
Here too what gets disculpated is Prometheus, just in time for the next show of the hour, when Jupiter falls and Prometheus rises free and gets Asia back.
The very gesture through which he disculpated himself in the eyes of Rosemonde (surrendering the Valmont-Merteuil correspondence with the intention of proving that he was justified in challenging Valmont to a duel) effectively debarred him from entitlement to those considerable pleasures that he might have attained at the small personal discomfort of setting aside his moral indignation and swallowing his pride.