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guilty

1. Law having committed an offence or adjudged to have done so
2. plead guilty Law (of a person charged with an offence) to admit responsibility; confess
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That is what she did, and furthermore she left the room guiltily, muttering something about redding up the drawers.
He caught himself imagining the wonder of a caress from such a hand, and flushed guiltily.
He started out upon these walks half guiltily, with a curious longing and expectancy which were wholly gratified by solitude.
She was guiltily conscious of not having answered her Ladyship's note, inclosed in Miss Pink's letter, and of not having taken her Ladyship's advice in regulating her conduct towards Hardyman.
But she looked again, guiltily, for the joy that was hers in beholding what she knew must be sinful to behold.
Beauly and her maid looking guiltily about them to make sure that they were neither seen nor heard
His eyes wandered guiltily toward the window which led into the garden.
Then both sat licking their lips, guiltily embarrassed, while the unblinking eyes of the terrible one bored into them, now into one, now into another, and then down at the rock-chunks of their preparedness.
There's another thing," said John suddenly, and the unexpected sound of his voice made me start guiltily.
I met them afterwards, last evening, guiltily, in fear and trembling--and to-day, too.
His yellow face turned to a more deadly colour when he saw the Captain, and he slunk back guiltily into the inmost parlour.
The last new maid, who has never seen the young gentleman Miss Rosa is engaged to, and who is making his acquaintance between the hinges of the open door, left open for the purpose, stumbles guiltily down the kitchen stairs, as a charming little apparition, with its face concealed by a little silk apron thrown over its head, glides into the parlour.