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- adv. In a guilty manner; as if guilty
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a guilty manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a guilty manner.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in the manner of someone who has committed an offense
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The last time we did this, Sage was not even a year old, and it wasn't so bad (Nikki and I only gave in guiltily during a local flight from New York to Las Vegas and gave Sage sleep-inducing medicine).
Described as "guiltily enticing," "an erotically charged yet gentle growing up film," and "a competent and beautiful first feature by a new major talent," Alexandra's ethereal film was recently awarded Best Cinematography at the Brooklyn Film Festival Awards.
"I am going to be sick," she heard Dylan enunciate crisply behind her, and recalled guiltily that Dylan wasn't terribly good with heights.
She wanted to tell him about her little jaunt to the police station but then recalled guiltily that he had asked her to keep her story to herself.
I'd picked this one up at the airport and had been enjoying tooling around the Boston suburbs with my grandchildren, conscientiously remembering to strap them in, while recalling guiltily how my own children would roll around in the back of a station wagon.
Sometimes I guiltily cruise YouTube, watching videos about successful and unsuccessful separations.
Each time, one imagines Publishing says, "Never again," and slinks back guiltily to us, hoping we won't notice the whip marks.
They shifted guiltily away and he quickly changed the topic.
Umm, the dubious AudioBooks guiltily bawled towards that slavish tape.
Mom looked up guiltily and slid the phone into the open handbag at her feet.