guiltless

[ gilt-lis ]SEE DEFINITION OF guiltless

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GUILTLESS

He felt morally bound to get it repaired, though he was guiltless of the damage.

If it is true that "offences come only from the heart," before you I am guiltless.

He is guiltless in the eye of the world, and that at least should plead for him.

It was only the old, old situation: the guiltless one must suffer for the guilty.

Their souls are guiltless of hypocrisy—for whatever that may avail them.

He says, "If ye had known what this meaneth, I will have mercy and not sacrifice, ye would not have condemned the guiltless."

If it is not there by sunrise, he will be shot; and he is guiltless as a child unborn.

Now his portion is bitter and guiltless death, or I wander idly from the truth.

Maxwell looked at his wife, who returned his glance with a guiltless eye.

Of his promotion he knows nothing; of prizes he is guiltless.

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