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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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When the distribution of the scores according to subscales of parental psychological control levels of the sportsmen was examined, the mean score of the guiltiness sub dimension was 26.
Self-rumination, in addition to rumination, includes negative beliefs of self, such as guiltiness, inferiority, indecency (Sancam, 2014).
Urged to recant her beliefs, she uttered her last words to Captain John Evered, the military officer escorting her to the hangman's noose on Boston Common: "Nay, I came to keep blood guiltiness from you, desireing you to repeal the unrighteous and unjust law made against the innocent servants of the Lord.
If the defendant does not answer a specific question, it might not be considered against him and the authorized plaintiff remains the subject who is obliged to prove the guiltiness (nevertheless the defendant has not answered).
comfortableness N: 2 assumption of guiltiness to make sb feel V: 1 guilty 3.
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Regarding the academic preparation, a study reveals that nursing students feel themselves unprepared to meet the technical requirements of the care with terminal patients, resulting in troublesome experiences and self guiltiness.
The "odd morphology of regret," then, is also the way that generations of use have removed this primary meaning--grieving the dead--and substituted it with a less mournful sense of guiltiness.
guiltiness or rightness in the world situation but prevent the confrontation between them.
Some believe that collective punishment was prevalent in Christianity, but many verses of Noble Quran negate this view; since Prince of Peace (Jesus Christ) never prescribed to punish sone for the crimes their fathers had committed, but Christian interpretation is that Adam's sin is the origin of human beings' sins, that is, human beings transgress because their ancestor transgressed in Paradise and his guiltiness has been bequeathed by his offsprings.
Carriers have already started offering the customers with the option to buy carbon balances to reduce the guiltiness of flight operations.
During times of crises, Romania used one of the most severe set of austerity measures, while, mostly since 2010, its political leaders were preaching on the death of the social state, and on the guiltiness of the poor for being poor.