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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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And it's a boon to her writing that she's guiltiest about acting out a variation on the old AA adage: "Addicts don't have relationships, they take hostages.
This divine inactivity in the face of human violence could convict God of abuse; those "outside violence," according to Zizek, are in fact guiltiest of assisting its perpetuation by helping to construct and uphold a matrix of violence by their inability or reluctance to address it stridently and forcefully.
Wood was the guiltiest player on the pitch for failing to break the deadlock after hitting the crossbar from close range and then heading over from just a yard out.
Newspaper companies are often the guiltiest of offering pages loaded with digital ads and tags that slow down load times.
He called Adolf Hitler "This miserable freak of nature who came to power in 1933 but said "the members of the German General Staff are the guiltiest of all the war criminals.
After 14 years, I am still trying to quit" Actress Sofie Grabol on her guiltiest pleasure.
Jokulsarlon, a large glacial lake in Southern Iceland, is one of the guiltiest pleasures I have experienced.
But they wasted the opportunity with Martin the guiltiest of parties when he skewed a poor shot high into the stands just as the big defender made his return to the fold.
For Bravo, the show has the potential to become the guiltiest of pleasures--a chance to judge other people's parenting foibles and feel perhaps a bit reassured about one's own.
Under neoliberalism, by contrast, what is frequently anathematised as 'sexualisation' is as deregulated as the markets that incite it, while the public/private distinctions that have traditionally governed sexuality--the guiltiest of pleasures--have become increasingly incoherent and bewildering, without being rendered wholly obsolete.
Fargo's guiltiest pleasures lay in watching people hurt and slain in unexpected, innovative ways.
The detailed account of the case makes clear that the lot drawing was seen as divination revealing who was the guiltiest.