from The Century Dictionary.

  • Guiltless of sin; pure in heart, character, or conduct.
  • Made, done, or existing without sin; conformed to the standard of righteousness.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective Free from sin.

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  • adjective Without sin; never having sinned.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adjective free from sin


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  • None of us here will be sinless, that is free of the full dangers and lures of concupiscence, until we are made perfect either after death or at Christ's coming - whichever come first.

    The Continuum

  • Mary was not impeccable, but only sinless, which is a different thing.

    Biblical Evidence for Catholicism

  • If in your book that makes me "sinless" then so be it.

    Sound Politics: Last Call

  • But let me tell you there are lot more "sinless" people out there than you might think.

    Sound Politics: Last Call

  • One of the things that stuck with me from CCD was this idea of being "sinless" before taking communion.

    One Bright Star (1B*) Reignited

  • Many high officials and important dignitaries were known to receive large revenues, to which the term "sinless" could not by any means be applied, and yet they retained their position, and were received in society with respectful deference.


  • To _promote separation from the world_ and deadness to it, and so to increase heavenly-mindedness in children of God; at the same time warning against fanatical extremes and extravagances, such as sinless perfection while in the flesh.

    George Müller of Bristol And His Witness to a Prayer-Hearing God

  • For the birth of Jesus to be "sinless" his mother must have been a virgin.

    Not PC

  • It's got NOTHING to do with saying victims are "sinless" or "don't need Jesus".

    Boundless Line

  • As it stands this shows a wanton disregard of the "sinless" Jesus toward swine, animals that the Old Testament already declared unclean.

    Debunking Christianity


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