guiltiness[ gil-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF guiltiness
Synonyms for guiltiness | as incollusion
- bait and switch
- bill of goods
- con game
- fast shuffle
- fradulent artifice
- shell game
Antonyms for guiltiness | as incollusion
Synonyms for guiltiness | as incomplicity
Antonyms for guiltiness | as incomplicity
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GUILTINESS
And the punishment must be of a degree to represent the guiltiness of the conduct.
"You like your little bit of guiltiness, I believe," he said.
It accused her of some guiltiness, uncommitted and indefensible.
Think not shame because of your guiltiness; necessity must not blush to beg.
Down-casting, sense of guiltiness, and hunger, are often best for us.
Dove even confessed to a feeling of guiltiness, yet could remember no offence.
Lady Maisie (with a guiltiness which she tries to carry off under dignity).
Your father's innocence now must be maintained instead of his guiltiness.
Is not our need—our need in anxiety, our need in guiltiness—to be a motive in our religion?
The gulf between holiness and guiltiness tends also to disappear.