guiltily


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guilt·y

 (gĭl′tē)
adj. guilt·i·er, guilt·i·est
1.
a. Responsible for a reprehensible act; culpable.
b. Law Found to have violated a criminal law by a jury or judge.
c. Deserving blame, as for an error: guilty of misjudgment.
2. Suffering from or prompted by a sense of guilt: a guilty conscience.
3. Suggesting or entailing guilt: a guilty smirk; a guilty secret.

guilt′i·ly adv.
guilt′i·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.guiltily - in the manner of someone who has committed an offense; "she blushed guiltily as she spoke"
Translations
بشعور بالذَّنْب
provinile
bûnbánóan
meî sektarsvip
previnilo
suçlu gibi

guiltily

[ˈgɪltɪlɪ] ADV (= feeling guilty) → sintiéndose culpable, con sentimiento de culpabilidad; (= looking guilty) → con aire de culpabilidad

guiltily

[ˈgɪltɪli] adv [say] → d'un air coupable

guiltily

guiltily

[ˈgɪltɪlɪ] advcolpevolmente

guilt

(gilt) noun
1. a sense of shame. a feeling of guilt.
2. the state of having done wrong. Fingerprints proved the murderer's guilt.
ˈguilty adjective
having, feeling, or causing guilt. The jury found the prisoner guilty; a guilty conscience.
ˈguiltiness noun
ˈguiltily adverb
He looked at his mother guiltily.
References in classic literature ?
For a moment his face lost its valor and he looked guiltily about him.
That is what she did, and furthermore she left the room guiltily, muttering something about redding up the drawers.
He caught himself imagining the wonder of a caress from such a hand, and flushed guiltily.
But she looked again, guiltily, for the joy that was hers in beholding what she knew must be sinful to behold.
But Whiskey Dick, guiltily attributing the movement to his own indiscreet gesture, said, "Excuse me, miss," recovered himself by lightly dusting her shoulder with his handkerchief, as if to remove the impression, and her smile returned.
By this time, my sister was quite desperate, so she pounced on Joe, and, taking him by the two whiskers, knocked his head for a little while against the wall behind him: while I sat in the corner, looking guiltily on.
Her perception that Angel's bearing towards her still remained in no whit altered by her own communication rendered Tess guiltily doubtful if he could have received it.
He started out upon these walks half guiltily, with a curious longing and expectancy which were wholly gratified by solitude.
His yellow face turned to a more deadly colour when he saw the Captain, and he slunk back guiltily into the inmost parlour.
The listener started, guiltily, too; for she thought there was another listener among the trees.
A new notion came into his mind and he turned and looked guiltily about as though afraid he would be observed.
Guiltily she thrust the picture back into her waist.