The Correct spelling is: acquit
Common misspellings of the word acquit are:
How do you spell acquit?. It is not acqit or acqiut or acqui or acqut or acquti or acuit or acuqit or aqcuit or aquit or caquit or even cquit for that matter!
tr.v., -quitÂ·ted, -quitÂ·ting, -quits.
- Law. To free or clear from a charge or accusation.
- To release or discharge from a duty.
- To conduct (oneself) in a specified manner: acquitted herself well during the interview.
- Obsolete. To repay.
[Middle English aquiten, from Old French aquiter : a-, to (from Latin ad-; see adâ€“) + quite, free, clear (from Medieval Latin quittus, variant of Latin quiÄ“tus, past participle of quiÄ“scere, to rest).]acquitter acÂ·quit'ter n.