View definitions for guiltless
That’s not to say that Rittenhouse is guiltless — at best he made a fatally stupid decision to bring a gun into a volatile situation, and at worst he panicked in a situation he himself created.
My wish for the week is that you come back guiltless and happy.
But he does the very opposite if it is a matter not to his taste, even though the prisoners be guiltless.
They trust that, under the direction of Divine Providence, he has been able to prove himself guiltless of them all.
The insidious servant becomes a tyrannical master; the housebreaker is innocent, the horse thief guiltless in comparison.
Of his promotion he knows nothing; of prizes he is guiltless.
Nations that have not yet heard the gospel, are not guiltless for not Covenanting.
On this page you'll find 53 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to guiltless, such as: innocent, clean, clear, crimeless, exemplary, and faultless.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.