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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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Guiltily she thrust the picture back into her waist.
"Because they would not spend money so guiltily acquired."
[The door opens, they separate guiltily, and the husband enters.]
Both Katharine and Henry turned round very quickly and rather guiltily. Rodney was in evening dress.
Beauly and her maid looking guiltily about them to make sure that they were neither seen nor heard!
Zak and Faith She tries again later and manages to coax a smile, but then before they know it they are sharing a kiss - guiltily jumping apart when the others come home.
Every night there would be a scratching at my door, and on opening it, I'd find my huge fellow outside, 'You sleeping in an AC room?' 'Yes,' I'd think looking guiltily at him as he'd brush past me into my room.
And Denis had laughed at her waywardness, for perhaps he was inwardly convinced of the womanliness of artifice, and was guiltily on holiday in a realm of anarchy, and said, Oh how lovely you are.
After reserving timeslots via our mobile phone, we merrily - if somewhat guiltily - bypass the standard queues.
But on this joyous occasion, two sisters belonging to the minority community were allegedly kidnapped, forcibly converted, spirited to bordering Punjab province and duly married off, all in a paroxysm of sudden frenzied activity, as though the perpetrators themselves were guiltily aware of the illegality of their actions.
"She doesn't know that a lot of the things she's saying are English swear words because she lives with me," the singer from Stokeon-Trent admits, guiltily. "It's like when she goes on Loose Women and says things like, 'We were in Leicester Square and it started to p**s it down'.