without blame

See: blameless
References in classic literature ?
But if you, being so full of learning, Mas'r Davy, could think of anything to say as might bring her to believe I wasn't greatly hurt: still loving of her, and mourning for her: anything as might bring her to believe as I was not tired of my life, and yet was hoping fur to see her without blame, wheer the wicked cease from troubling and the weary are at rest - anything as would ease her sorrowful mind, and yet not make her think as I could ever marry, or as 'twas possible that anyone could ever be to me what she was - I should ask of you to say that - with my prayers for her - that was so dear.
She leaves me without blame, and she will live so I am sure.
Emma's parents secured an undisclosed settlement, without blame, from resort owner Kuredu Holdings PVT Ltd, which will provide for Jake as he grows up.
Decisions were made jointly so they aren't completely without blame.
They value mercy without strain, an attribute of God that expresses itself as forgiveness without blame.
Otherwise, perhaps your husband could speak directly to his nephew, without blame or judgment, and say that the kids miss Granny, and his girlfriend's uninhibited conversation makes it difficult to visit.
Now Mr Whaley - himself not without blame in this whole affair - is outraged by what he describes as an 'obscene payment to the policeman, with PS10k of the award for loss of earnings and PS430k going towards his pension pot.
Specific topics include: addressing inequality without blame or shame, student resistance to hearing about privilege, colorblindness and racism, teaching about privilege to the privileged, the global feminisms project as a pedagogical tool, addressing heterosexual and gender-conforming privilege, experiential learning to raise awareness of privilege, and Christian privilege.
Despite his heroic stand, Comey is not without blame for the government's warrantless surveillance program, which was expanded during the time he was in the Justice Department.
Alternatively, the failures can provide an advantage because they can yield downstream innovation if openly discussed without blame or judgment.
Meanwhile SNP Treasury spokesman Stewart Hosie MP claimed former Labour chancellor Alistair Darling - who bailed out HBOS - no sa se mu fai was not without blame.
Thankfully, the vast majority are without blame and it is the few rotten apples in the basket that think they are above the law.