Definition of guiltless in English:

guiltless

Line breaks: guilt|less
Pronunciation: /gɪltləs
 
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adjective

Derivatives

guiltlessly

adverb
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  • I figured I'll bang out a great workout before my day even begins, I'll be all invigorated when I get to work, and the evening will be mine to do guiltlessly what I please with it.
  • A competitive intelligence professional, he gleefully and guiltlessly uses deception to extract information from corporate executives for their rivals.
  • Since the chance of serious injury is minimal, the piles-ups can be guiltlessly enjoyed as momentary respite from the narcoleptic effect of the actual competition.

guiltlessness

noun
More example sentences
  • Or maybe it's in the unfettered guiltlessness of how everyone acts.
  • He demands a sum too large for her poor livelihood, and she cannot pay, despite her guiltlessness.
  • For the space of a couple hundred pages, or a movie reel or two, you can wallow in guiltlessness.

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