Definitions

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  • adj. Not guilty; innocent.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Not guilty; innocent.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ guilty

Examples

  • He was sure most of them would walk way "unguilty".

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • For me science fiction is a completely unguilty pleasure.

    A particulary geeky side of scifi

  • Those were my unguilty pleasure books, so I'm not at all surprised by this "trend."

    Saturday Snowstorm Hangovers

  • The problem with the Big Bopper was not the lyrics, but the salacious eager, unguilty, almost comandeering tone of his voice as he was enunciating his eagerness to copulate with nubile teens via song lyrics.

    Big Bopper Update

  • But I don't believe, you punish the unguilty for the guilty.

    CNN Transcript Nov 29, 2007

  • But how do I know, thought I, that even these bruises and maims that I have gotten, while I pursued only the laudable escape I had meditated, may not kindly have furnished me with the opportunity I am now tempted with to precipitate myself, and of surrendering up my life, spotless and unguilty, to that merciful Being who gave it!

    Pamela

  • I don't usually do Girly Movie Nights, although I do watch a lot of Girly Movies – more than I admit to, in fact – and usually love them in a guilty or unguilty sort of way, depending on the quality of the film.

    Random bits

  • I used low-fat silken tofu, too, so I felt super unguilty eating it!

    Baked Vegan Cheesecake | Baking Bites

  • Already, 1934, when Hitler took over, he already started to murder the Jews, the unguilty people, and we had an incident, and they wanted, the Nazis wanted to murder us in a Mercedes car.

    CNN Transcript - Special Event: Millennium 2000: Modern Day Heroes - January 2, 2000

  • But as they are enforced oftentimes upon this one occasion somewhat to abate the price, so a plague is not seldom engendered thereby among the poorer sort that of necessity must buy the same, whereby many thousands of all degrees are consumed, of whose death (in mine opinion) these farmers are not unguilty.

    Chronicle and Romance (The Harvard Classics Series)

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