guiltless

adjective
guilt·less | \ ˈgilt-ləs \

Definition of guiltless 

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Other words from guiltless

guiltlessly adverb
guiltlessness noun

Examples of guiltless in a Sentence

if the jury acquits him, he is guiltless in the eyes of the law

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So hats (halos?) off to you, Mr. Woolverton, and may the binge-watching, pint-guzzling, relatively guiltless movie marathons commence. Susie Neilson, The Cut, "How to Make Diet Ice Cream That Actually Tastes Good," 21 Aug. 2017

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First Known Use of guiltless

13th century, in the meaning defined above

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