Definitions for guiltless
This dictionary definitions page includes all the possible meanings, example usage and translations of the word guiltless.
innocent, guiltless, clean-handedadjective
free from evil or guilt
"an innocent child"; "the principle that one is innocent until proved guilty"
Free from guilt; innocent.
Without experience or trial; unacquainted (with).
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Innocent; free from crime.
Etymology: from guilt.
I am in this commanded to deliver
The noble duke of Clarence to your hands:
I will not reason what is meant hereby,
Because I will be guiltless of the meaning. William Shakespeare, R. III.
Many worthy and chaste dames thus,
All guiltless, meet reproach. William Shakespeare, Othello.
Then shall the man be guiltless from iniquity, and this woman shall bear her iniquity. Num. v. 31.
Thou, who do’st all thou wishest at thy will,
And never willest aught but what is right,
Preserve this guiltless blood they seek to spill;
Thine be my kingdom. Edward Fairfax.
Guiltless of greatness, thus he always pray’d,
Nor knew nor wish’d he, that those vows he made
On his own head should be at last repaid. Dryden.
Thou know’st how guiltless first I met thy flame,
When love approach’d me under friendship’s name. Alexander Pope.
The discography of British singer-songwriter and YouTuber Dorothy Miranda "Dodie" Clark consists of one studio album, five extended plays, 15 singles, and 40 music videos. She has also uploaded multiple original songs and covers to her YouTube channels doddleoddle and doddlevloggle.
Guiltless refers to the state or condition of being free from guilt, blame, or wrongdoing; innocent. It can also signify a lack of awareness or knowledge about something that may have negative or harmful consequences.
free from guilt; innocent
without experience or trial; unacquainted (with)
The numerical value of guiltless in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of guiltless in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7
If you have made a difference to even one life before you die, your living has not been in vain. When you are lying on your death bed, which we all will one day. If your conscience is guiltless and there is a smile on your face, you have made a difference.
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