guilty

  • 1 guilty — 1 adj guilt·i·er, est 1: having committed a crime: justly charged with a specified crime guilty of larceny 2: involving guilt or culpability guilty knowledge guilty 2 n 1: a plea of a c …

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  • 2 GUILTY — Album par Ayumi Hamasaki Sortie 1er janvier, 2008 …

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  • 3 Guilty — Guilt y, a. [Compar. {Gultier}; superl. {Guiltiest}.] [AS. gyltig liable. See {Guilt}.] 1. Having incurred guilt; criminal; morally delinquent; wicked; chargeable with, or responsible for, something censurable; justly exposed to penalty; used… …

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  • 4 Guilty — Album par Ayumi Hamasaki Sortie 1er janvier 2008 …

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  • 5 Guilty! — (Black White Blues) Studioalbum von Eric Burdon, Jimmy Witherspoon Veröffentlichung 1971, 1995 als CD Label ARG Records/BMG …

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  • 6 Guilty — Альбом Аюми Хамасаки Дата выпуска 1 января 2008 Жанр J Pop Длительность 56:00 Страна Япония …

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  • 7 Guilty — steht für: ein Album von Eric Burdon und Jimmy Witherspoon, siehe Guilty! ein Album von Barbra Streisand, siehe Guilty (Barbra Streisand Album) Diese Seite ist eine Begriffsklärung zur Unterscheidung mehrerer mit demselben W …

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  • 8 Guilty! — Álbum de Eric Burdon y Jimmy Witherspoon Publicación 1971 Grabación Julio Septiembre 1971 Género(s) Blues Duración …

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  • 9 guilty — [gil′tē] adj. guiltier, guiltiest [ME gilti < OE gyltig] 1. having guilt; deserving blame or punishment; culpable 2. having one s guilt proved; legally judged an offender 3. showing or conscious of guilt [a guilty look] 4. of or involving… …

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  • 10 guilty — (adj.) O.E. gyltig, from gylt (see GUILT (Cf. guilt) (n.)). Of conscience, feelings, etc., 1590s. Meaning person who is guilty is from 1540s …

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  • 11 guilty — guilty; un·guilty; …

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  • 12 guilty — ► ADJECTIVE (guiltier, guiltiest) 1) (often guilty of) responsible for a specified wrongdoing, fault, or error. 2) having or showing a feeling of guilt. DERIVATIVES guiltily adverb guiltiness noun …

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  • 13 guilty — *blameworthy, culpable Analogous words: Responsible, answerable, accountable: indicted, impeached, incriminated (see ACCUSE) Antonyms: innocent …

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  • 14 guilty — [adj] blameworthy; found at fault accusable, caught, censurable, censured, chargeable, condemned, conscience stricken, contrite, convictable, convicted, criminal, culpable, damned, delinquent, depraved, doomed, erring, evil, felonious, hangdog*,… …

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  • 15 guilty of — or (Shakespeare) ● guilt …

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  • 16 guilty */*/*/ — UK [ˈɡɪltɪ] / US adjective Word forms guilty : adjective guilty comparative guiltier superlative guiltiest Metaphor: Being guilty is like being dirty, and being innocent is like being clean. Becoming more moral or getting rid of guilt is like… …

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  • 17 guilty — guilt|y [ gılti ] adjective *** 1. ) ashamed and sorry because you have done something wrong: You shouldn t feel guilty all the time you ve done nothing to be ashamed of. guilty about: I still feel guilty about things I said to my mother when I… …

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  • 18 guilty — adj. 1 feeling/showing guilt VERBS ▪ feel, look ADVERB ▪ extremely, really, very ▪ horribly, incredibly …

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  • 19 guilty — [[t]gɪ̱lti[/t]] ♦♦♦ guiltier, guiltiest 1) ADJ GRADED: usu v link ADJ, oft ADJ about n If you feel guilty, you feel unhappy because you think that you have done something wrong or have failed to do something which you should have done. I feel so… …

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  • 20 guilty — guilt|y W3S2 [ˈgılti] adj ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(ashamed)¦ 2¦(of a crime)¦ 3 4 the guilty party ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1.) ¦(ASHAMED)¦ feeling very ashamed and sad because you know that you have done something wrong guilty about/at ▪ I feel really guilty at forgetting her… …

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