Definition of blameless in English:

blameless

Line breaks: blame|less
Pronunciation: /ˈbleɪmləs
 
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adjective

Innocent of wrongdoing: he led a blameless life
More example sentences
  • He has told his fellow coaches that they have to be blameless, beyond reproach in everything they do.
  • This is irresponsible and certainly unfair since, so far as the world was concerned, he was a perfectly blameless young man.
  • How could I value the life or suffering of a criminal above that of my blameless family?
Synonyms
innocent, guiltless, above reproach, beyond criticism, above suspicion, irreproachable, unimpeachable, in the clear, not to blame, without fault, faultless, exemplary, perfect, virtuous, pure, moral, upright, impeccable, sinless, unblemished, spotless, stainless, untarnished
informal squeaky clean

Derivatives

blamelessly

adverb
More example sentences
  • You are all warned that I have had another birthday (a day passed blamelessly planting fruit trees and setting up an armilliary sundial).
  • They are obviously right to be arguing for more public education - but there is only so much good that such blamelessly admirable appeals do.
  • They are a married couple from London who have lived happily and blamelessly together for more than 20 years.

blamelessness

noun
More example sentences
  • These myths of the emperor's blamelessness were designed to maintain national unity.
  • He had the feeling that years of composure and blamelessness were thrown out.
  • Afterward, he protested his own blamelessness to a reporter from the local newspaper.

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