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  • adj. Alternative spelling of guilt-ridden.


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  • I have never in my life felt so inadequate and guiltridden as in that half-hour waiting for the results of the ultrasound, horrified that I might have inadvertedly harmed my perfect daughter in some way.


  • They only know that there is talk in the US about tradeoffs between liberty and security and rights of others, and given that they are both antiAmerican and insecure and guiltridden and they know they are living in dying socialist fantasy states in which the solution to world war is no violence or self protection, they try and "find amusement" in a fantasy that allows them to ignore the downward spirals in their countries.

    Is That Legal?: Uncle Leo's Kennkarte, Sixty-Five Years Later

  • Alternatively, she found and stayed with a depressed and emotionally disturbed man who resembled her unhappy and guiltridden relationship with her depressed mother.

    Object Relations Theory and Self Psychology in Social Work Practice


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