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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of guilt.

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Examples

  • The theme, that these two young adults aren’t ready for a relationship until they eliminate the “ghosts” of their past guilts, is rather obvious, and the story takes too long, in my opinion, to get there.

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  • I don't, not on a scale it's happening in liberal circles here, in US - and American "guilts" are mostly pure speculation, empty air.

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  • Record low overseas investment into the UK, very low take up of government guilts, meaning the Bank of England "bought" it's own debt in an accounting ans savings smashing scam called Quantitative Easing.

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  • Record low overseas investment into the UK, very low take up of government guilts, meaning the Bank of England "bought" it's own debt in an accounting ans savings smashing scam called

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  • It emphasizes how stereotypically female the role is, showing her when she guilts her friends into turning criminal by yelling about how they say they care about her, crying, running out of the room, and then throwing things at them.

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  • I do not tempt, I do not deal, but strip to strut what guilts conceal.

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  • At a meeting with his 100 employees, Mr. Dorsey was asked why he "guilts" them into working "more than 12-hour days" and on weekends, pushing them to "burn-out."

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  • "When it comes to charities, nobody guilts better," Clooney joked about Weintraub to the crowd.

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  • The two dancers, to cover their confusion, doubted his veracity and instanced his many well-known and notorious guilts of mendacity.

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  • My mother never talked much, just feeding me with guilts beyond all forms that my poor imagination could bear.

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