guiltless


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Wherever she is, she knows that we know she is guiltless.
This touched the old king's heart, and he thought his son might still be guiltless, and said to his court, 'O that my son were still alive
But, even as he searched his brain for words that would convey to them in their native tongue his disapproval of this jostling, he perceived that they, though stout and in a general way offensive, were in this particular respect guiltless.
Holmes, and that same God who has punished that wicked man will show, in His own good time, that my son's hands are guiltless of his blood.
Lady Windermere, before Heaven your husband is guiltless of all offence towards you
That is a rare and blessed lot which some greatest men have not attained, to know ourselves guiltless before a condemning crowd-- to be sure that what we are denounced for is solely the good in us.
Guiltless of diplomacy subterfuge, he was as direct and gusty as the gale itself.
Judge Scott did not know all things, and he did not know that he was party to a police conspiracy, that the evidence was hatched and perjured, that Jim Hall was guiltless of the crime charged.
Outwardly assuming to be guiltless of any suspicion of what is going on, I inwardly determine to discover the true motive for the doctor's presence that evening, and for the part that Sir James has taken in inviting him to be my guest.
Now Tom was quite guiltless of this offence, and had always nodded to Polly when they met; but it so happened he had always been alone till now, and that was why it cut so deeply, especially as Polly never had approved of Trix.
resuming his own the author hopes to be held guiltless by those to
I shall not copy the uncouth language, full of needless repetitions (and, if I know anything of the subject, not guiltless of bad grammar as well), in which my innocent husband was solemnly and falsely accused of poisoning his first wife.