Exemption

Exemption,

Definition of Exemption:

  1. Freedom from an obligation, restriction, or responsibility.

  2. The process of freeing or state of being free from an obligation or liability imposed on others.

  3. Amount that can be legally deducted from a gross income to arrive at the taxable income. See also exclusion.

Synonyms of Exemption

Absolution, Allowance, Amnesty, Cession, Charter, Circumscription, Concession, Diplomatic immunity, Discharge, Dispensation, Exception, Exclusion, Exculpation, Excuse, Exoneration, Extenuating circumstances, Franchise, Freedom, Grace, Grain of salt, Grant, Hedge, Hedging, Immunity, Impunity, Indemnity, Legislative immunity, Liberty, License, Limitation, Mental reservation, Modification, Nolle prosequi, Non prosequitur, Nonprosecution, Pardon, Patent, Permission, Privilege, Qualification, Redemption, Release, Remission, Remission of sin, Reprieve, Reservation, Restriction, Salvo, Shrift, Sparing, Special case, Special treatment, Specialness, Specification, Stay, Waiver, Immunity, Exception, Dispensation, Indemnity, Exclusion, Freedom, Release, Relief, Absolution, Exoneration

How to use Exemption in a sentence?

  1. Exemption from prescription charges.

Meaning of Exemption & Exemption Definition