I would have them stand the test of ages in their blamelessness.
The blamelessness of their lives confirmed their declarations of innocence.
In proof of his own blamelessness Percy appealed to the testimony of others.
Does nothing, then—no amount of character, no blamelessness of record, avail?
The law has no honours to bestow on blamelessness and virtue.
Yet no one disputed the blamelessness of his life and the elevation of his character.
George's blamelessness did not alter in the least her determination to cling to her mother.
I know it is not; but their blamelessness does not make me love them more.
To say no more about Arthur's technical "blamelessness," he has, by the coming of Lancelot, ceased to be altogether heroic.
Spenser's Prince began the "blamelessness" which grew more trying still in Tennyson's King.