guilt-ridden


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Adj.1.guilt-ridden - feeling or revealing a sense of guilt; "so guilt-ridden he could not face his father"
guilty - responsible for or chargeable with a reprehensible act; "guilty of murder"; "the guilty person"; "secret guilty deeds"
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The guilt-ridden parents decide to accept a pay-off to keep silent.
The guilt-ridden family accept a big pay-off to keep silent, believing the money will help start a new life, enable them to heal and avoid the publicity hell of pressing charges.
However, I'm finding myself more guilt-ridden than ever.
Carol worries about Robbie when a face from his past reappears and guilt-ridden Kerri-Ann vows to end to her marriage.
Elsewhere, a guilt-ridden Kerry prepares to leave for her termination, but when the camper van won't start, she 'borrows' a car from the garage.
It makes a guilt-ridden Jane even more desperate to help Max.
AFTER a drunken Carla makes a scene at Maddie's memorial auction, a suspicious Robert finally gets a confession from a guilt-ridden Tracy - she accidentally caused the fire at Ms Connor's flat.
Manama: A guilt-ridden thief who has stolen gas cylinders from a home in Saudi Arabia has repaid the family in cash.
While a guilt-ridden Imogen tries to help him, Josh stuns Amber when he tells her he is still in love with her.
She added that the 21-year-old singer, who had also gotten a new tattoo as a tribute to her dog, was guilt-ridden as she wasn't present at the time of her pet's death.
His devastated wife Beatrice implores guilt-ridden Donna to catch whoever did this.