blameless


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blame·less

 (blām′lĭs)
adj.
Free of blame or guilt; innocent.

blame′less·ly adv.
blame′less·ness n.

blameless

(ˈbleɪmlɪs)
adj
free from blame; innocent
ˈblamelessly adv
ˈblamelessness n
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.blameless - free of guiltblameless - free of guilt; not subject to blame; "has lived a blameless life"; "of irreproachable character"; "an unimpeachable reputation"
clean-handed, guiltless, innocent - free from evil or guilt; "an innocent child"; "the principle that one is innocent until proved guilty"

blameless

blameless

adjective
Translations
بَريء، طاهِر
bezúhonnýnevinný
pletfri
saklaus; ámælislaus
bezúhonný
kabahatsızsuçsuz

blameless

[ˈbleɪmlɪs] ADJ (= innocent) → inocente; (= irreproachable) → intachable

blameless

[ˈbleɪmləs] adjirréprochable

blameless

adjschuldlos; lifeuntadelig

blameless

[ˈbleɪmlɪs] adjirreprensibile

blame

(bleim) verb
1. to consider someone or something responsible for something bad. I blame the wet road for the accident.
2. to find fault with (a person). I don't blame you for wanting to leave.
noun
the responsibility (for something bad). He takes the blame for everything that goes wrong.
ˈblameless adjective
innocent. a blameless life.
References in classic literature ?
He talked to his congregation and in his talk said that it was a mistake for people to think of their minister as a man set aside and intended by nature to lead a blameless life.
And allowing that, many, many years ago, in his early and reckless youth, he had committed some one wrong act,--or that, even now, the inevitable force of circumstances should occasionally make him do one questionable deed among a thousand praiseworthy, or, at least, blameless ones,--would you characterize the Judge by that one necessary deed, and that half-forgotten act, and let it overshadow the fair aspect of a lifetime?
Then, also, the blameless purity of her life during all these years in which she had been set apart to infamy was reckoned largely in her favour.
Putting things at the worst, at all events, as in meditation I so often did, any clouding of their innocence could only be-- blameless and foredoomed as they were--a reason the more for taking risks.
And as for me, all that I think about in this plodding sad pilgrimage, this pathetic drift between the eternities, is to look out and humbly live a pure and high and blameless life, and save that one microscopic atom in me that is truly ME: the rest may land in Sheol and welcome for all I care.
Yes, I found myself, by insensible degrees, sincerely fond of her; and the happiest hours of my life were what I spent with her when I felt my intentions were strictly honourable, and my feelings blameless.
Zealous in his ministerial labours, blameless in his life and habits, he yet did not appear to enjoy that mental serenity, that inward content, which should bet he reward of every sincere Christian and practical philanthropist.
No man ever really loved a woman, lost her, and knew her with a blameless though an unchanged mind, when she was a wife and a mother, but her children had a strange sympathy with him--an instinctive delicacy of pity for him.
Blameless as I was, and knew that I was, in reference to any wrong she could possibly suspect me of, I shrunk before her strange eyes, quite unable to endure their hungry lustre.
Crackenthorp herself, the summit of whose perpendicular feather was on a level with the Squire's shoulder--luring fair lasses complacently conscious of very short waists and skirts blameless of front-folds--luring burly fathers in large variegated waistcoats, and ruddy sons, for the most part shy and sheepish, in short nether garments and very long coat-tails.
Candor will oblige us to admit that even such men may be actuated by upright intentions; and it cannot be doubted that much of the opposition which has made its appearance, or may hereafter make its appearance, will spring from sources, blameless at least, if not respectable -- the honest errors of minds led astray by preconceived jealousies and fears.
Your fame reaches the firmament of heaven itself; you are like some blameless king, who upholds righteousness, as the monarch over a great and valiant nation: the earth yields its wheat and barley, the trees are loaded with fruit, the ewes bring forth lambs, and the sea abounds with fish by reason of his virtues, and his people do good deeds under him.