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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - The state of having committed an offense.

Usage examples (29)
  • “Astrophysics.” she had repeated and smiled, albeit with a certain guiltiness, given her audience.
  • There is, beside all this, more blood-guiltiness, which is secret, but shall sometime be brought to light.
  • You pull me into a feeling of guiltiness, which is something I can’t really pull away from.
  • I know that without the least reason in the world I felt a kind of guiltiness, as if I had been "caught." for more
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