blamelessly


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blame·less

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

blame′less·ly adv.
blame′less·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.blamelessly - in an irreproachable and blameless mannerblamelessly - in an irreproachable and blameless manner; "she had lived blamelessly until she met this man"
Translations

blamelessly

[ˈbleɪmlɪslɪ] ADV (= innocently) → inocentemente; (= irreproachably) → intachablemente

blamelessly

advunschuldig

blamelessly

[ˈbleɪmlɪslɪ] advin modo irreprensibile
References in classic literature ?
Forlorn and disowned, sorely tried and sadly changed--her beauty faded, her mind clouded--robbed of her station in the world, of her place among living creatures--the devotion I had promised, the devotion of my whole heart and soul and strength, might be laid blamelessly now at those dear feet.
I have no doubt that I was biased, but I think it was blamelessly.
But I loved her: and now it even became some consolation to me, vaguely to conceive a distant day when I might blamelessly avow it; when all this should be over; when I could say 'Agnes, so it was when I came home; and now I am old, and I never have loved since
The little old man with the half-closed eyes was there greedily gnawing a mutton bone, and the general who had served blamelessly for twenty-two years, flushed by a glass of vodka and the dinner; and the staff officer with the signet ring, and Zherkov, uneasily glancing at them all, and Prince Andrew, pale, with compressed lips and feverishly glittering eyes.
Municipal town and rural parish gradually made fresh threads of connection--gradually, as the old stocking gave way to the savings-bank, and the worship of the solar guinea became extinct; while squires and baronets, and even lords who had once lived blamelessly afar from the civic mind, gathered the faultiness of closer acquaintanceship.
But I could retire and settle down and live blamelessly ever after.
If this is the agents' only perspective because the agents have pernicious beliefs about values, or because they are blamelessly mistaken about important facts about the situation, then their acts are vicious or involuntary.
Whether serving on the war front or at home, the women were expected to behave blamelessly at all times and follow the rules of the organization to the letter.
223) That is not a grouping one sees in American law, for it conceptually assembles recidivists with the blamelessly or semi-blamelessly ill.
I hope Turkey will get over this period blamelessly and teach lesson of humanity to rest of the world," noted in his statement.
There are, in other words, sound moral reasons to apologize to those one harms blamelessly.
Given the analysis of this and the preceding paragraphs, one has trouble deciding whether he or she should be surprised that Henry rests content when Fluellen tells him that a gentleman can blamelessly duel a commoner.