Betty's blameless father had been killed in the hunting field.
She was blameless, of course, but he was detestable beyond all count.
She led a blameless, unoccupied, and apparently purposeless life.
The other: “God sanctify you wholly, and preserve you blameless.”
That word "blameless" has always seemed to me particularly to fit him.
But if the former were blameless, where is the justice of punishing them for the faults of others?
Not that he considered himself fit for their blameless society.
To all outward seeming she led a most blameless and beneficent life.
If it be otherwise now, ask yourselves, are you all blameless?
He mentioned Marcus Aurelius, the Stoics, and their blameless lives.