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guilt·less

 (gĭlt′lĭs)
adj.
Free of guilt; innocent.

guilt′less·ly adv.
guilt′less·ness n.
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guiltless

(ˈɡɪltlɪs)
adj
free of all responsibility for wrongdoing or crime; innocent
ˈguiltlessly adv
ˈguiltlessness n
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guilt•less

(ˈgɪlt lɪs)

adj.
innocent.
[1150–1200]
guilt′less•ly, adv.
guilt′less•ness, n.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.guiltless - free from evil or guilt; "an innocent child"; "the principle that one is innocent until proved guilty"
exculpatory - clearing of guilt or blame
righteous - characterized by or proceeding from accepted standards of morality or justice; "the...prayer of a righteous man availeth much"- James 5:16
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guiltless

adjective innocent, pure, blameless, immaculate, spotless, clean (slang), squeaky-clean, untainted, unsullied, unimpeachable, untarnished, irreproachable, sinless You are hardly guiltless in this matter yourself, you know.
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guiltless

adjective
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Translations

guiltless

[ˈgɪltlɪs] ADJinocente, libre de culpa
she was considered guiltless of his deathla consideraron inocente de su muerte
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guiltless

adjschuldlos, unschuldig (→ of an +dat); he is guiltless of any crimeer ist keines Verbrechens schuldig
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guiltless

[ˈgɪltlɪs] adjsenza colpa, innocente
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
References in classic literature ?
He looked, guiltlessly looked, at her downcast face.
The humongous sums carted away daily while the guilty are guiltlessly freed at the altar political party affiliation is the crux of Nigeria's untowardness in this administration.
For me, it is always a perfect excuse to get together with loved ones, to be able to do even a small something to give back to the greater community, and share my special day with others, to partake of a sumptuous meal (or meals), to ditch the routine everyday grind, to stuff my face guiltlessly, and to get-away for a few days with my nearest and dearest.
Cars are chosen from the mind, given that you are not a billionaire about to throw his car into space (what's up with that?) the only people who can guiltlessly and painlessly attach emotion to automotive purchases, given the sums they'll be spending on patently useless items like an Aston Martin Vulcan.
My answer is 'yes.' This, even if I'm happily (and guiltlessly) snacking on Greek yogurt and cheese and pepperoni pizza while writing this column.
Instead, throw guiltlessly and fearlessly." Thus, all shifting is physically a binary activity--to touch or not to touch.
To him, it felt pretty good he had given a break to someone, and he could see the inconsequential ensign, the messenger, and Wyatt Earp look at him in wonder, He winked at them, feeling quite good about himself while the only person who knew where the rat guards had been stowed hustled guiltlessly down the brow and onto the pier to his reunion and great relief.
If you are on a health trip, you could, however, guiltlessly abandon looking at their pizzas and go for their salads instead - insalata di tonno, a great tuna salad made with pepper friggitelli, sweet corn, tomato slices and red onions drizzled with olive oil, or carpaccio di manzo replete with slices of carpaccio, fresh arugula, capers and shavings of classic parmesan cheese.
She does smoke, menthol cigarettes from a flashy gold packet, as guiltlessly as a goldfish drinks water.
Was there nothing left that I could guiltlessly enjoy as much as I wanted, while barely lifting a finger?
"White people can guiltlessly subscribe to colorblindness because they are usually unaware of how race affects people of color and American society as a whole,'' wrote Ms.
This approach served to reassure female viewers that they too could guiltlessly enjoy sexualized images of males, even the scopophilic actions of their dates (as extra-diegetic objects of their gaze).