(1) But keeping that guilty secret is deemed to be worth it by many if they get their crucial night's sleep.(2) That put a brave face on it, but there were guilty consciences wherever you looked.(3) Now, we know that your client pleaded guilty to a similar offence against his daughter.(4) Some players do write and try to justify their dirty deeds, maybe to salve their own guilty conscience.(5) I paused, and thought of something to make her feel less guilty .(6) For a man of honour, a guilty conscience must be a dreadful, perhaps unbearable burden.(7) The French side looked agitated on the pitch and were guilty of a number of handling errors.(8) It is suggested that such a defendant should be regarded as being guilty of manslaughter and not murder.(9) He was never rewarded with anything but a guilty conscience and a hell of his own making.(10) In all likelihood, he was not plagued by a guilty conscience at the time of the killings.(11) Another convicted man who appeared for sentencing had pleaded guilty to wounding.(12) He made a strategic error and was at best guilty of political naivety, at worst of incompetence.(13) I have often noted transits to Uranus in this house denote a time when guilty secrets and hidden vices are exposed.(14) It is only when we learn of his guilty secret and hidden background that the casting provokes deep reservations.(15) Whether a plaintiff is guilty of contributory negligence is a question of fact.(16) South Africans alone are guilty for this shameful marginalisation of our visual arts.
(1) guilty pleasure :: 有罪喜び
1. culpable ::
2. ashamed ::
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Guilty. Guilty. Guilty. Guilty.
Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 5
If you think
that he is GUILTY,
Vikings Season 1, Episode 1
that you are GUILTY of something
you couldn't control. Do you understand?
Money Heist Season 3, Episode 8
And if found GUILTY,
Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 6
He's innocent until proven GUILTY.
Breaking Bad Season 3, Episode 8
English to Japanese Dictionary: guilty
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