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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishblamelessblame‧less /ˈbleɪmləs/ adjective  INNOCENT/NOT GUILTYnot guilty of anything bad syn innocent The police are not always entirely blameless (=are guilty of doing something bad) in these matters. She had led a blameless life.blamelessly adverb
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blamelessNone of us who participates in the system is blameless.In a divorce, no one is blameless.Last week a special prosecutor ruled that the three officials were blameless.But Keith Atkinson, director of the council's environmental health department, remains unconvinced that the allotment owners are blameless.This man lived a reasonably blameless life on an isolated steading on the boundary of two parishes.a blameless lifeThe women had made every effort to lead blameless lives.No, Zoe and Emma were blameless role models, corrupted only by the Sodom and Gomorrah around them.A whole nation, all of civilized society, perhaps, seeking the blameless state of madness.None of us is completely blameless - we all knew something like this could happen.Neither party is blameless when it comes to the explosion in campaign spending.not ... entirely blamelessBut the economists are not entirely blameless.
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