unguilty


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unguilty

(ʌnˈɡɪltɪ)
adj, -tier or -tiest
innocent
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'PPP and other political parties have been protesting on their own...and massive rallies were carried out in the month of July,' he stated, adding that facing cases in the courts was not something new for the party and would be proven unguilty.
(22) Here are some examples: bacari 'success' [right arrow] basar--li 'successful', basari--siz 'unsuccessful'; suc 'guilt' [right arrow] suc-lu 'guilty', suc-suz 'unguilty'; fayda 'benefit, use' [right arrow] fayda--li 'useful', fayda--siz 'useless', etc.
Dawn French puts in a classic cameo as Vicky's mum, Shelley, telling the Thai judge: 'My daughter is, like, well, unguilty."
(23.) In her sonnet to Haydon, Barrett echoes Wordsworth's own sonnets to the same painter--in particular, one published in 1816 that identifies the painter's skill with the poet's own, beginning "High is our calling, Friend!" and another on Haydon's picture of Napoleon: "the one Man that laboured to enslave / The World" much like the "unguilty Power" of the sun.
But in explaining their decision to serve a foreign invader, they adduce two other reasons-Chester's banishment, never mentioned previously, not explained here, never referred to again, and "Our private wrongs," not elaborated upon-before citing as the third "His Cosens death, that sweet unguilty childe" (2395-406).