- blameless + -ly (Wiktionary)
“They walked in all blamelessly, that is, sincerely with upright hearts.”
“-- the confidence of _my_ God still, even in His recognised judgments trusted in as merciful: the history of many an unrecorded Job; a parent bereaved of his fair dear children; an aged merchant beggared by the roguery of others, and his very name blamelessly dishonoured; the extremity of a martyr's sufferings; or some hunted soul's temptation.”
“As long as your heart is in the effort, as long as you desire to "walk blamelessly" with your God, you're there.”
“Rupert was a proto-Cameroonian with smart casual clothes and an unlined, round, never-ageing face, living a blamelessly middle England life in Nutwood with an irreproachable family and friends.”
“He smiled blamelessly, his treacherous heart fulfilled at last.”
“The Arsenal forward Eduardo chased into the area after a ball that was rushing away from him, tripped over a blade of grass and collapsed like a stricken fawn beneath the blamelessly splayed hands of Boruc, the Celtic goalie.”
“Myra said, Five pounds of shrimp that this morning were living blamelessly in the Gulf.”
“I once told someone that James Ellroy would have trouble following Peace's fiction, and it was always going to be difficult to adapt to the screen - The Damned United is a blamelessly mainstream novel in comparison to this accretion of corruption and despair that casts West Yorkshire as the Heart of Darkness and even the best of its people as powerless against the forces of evil.”
“His life was as blamelessly correct as his literary art was harmonious.”
“Try to grasp the fact that, no matter how blamelessly constrained you are by the realities of power in D.C., out here (where the voters live) you look like a bunch of well-dressed Oompa-Loompas.”
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