blameless

[bleym-lis]
adjective
free from or not deserving blame; guiltless: a blameless child.

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English; see blame, -less

blamelessly, adverb
blamelessness, noun


irreproachable. See innocent.


guilty.
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blameless (ˈbleɪmlɪs)
 
adj
free from blame; innocent
 
'blamelessly
 
adv
 
'blamelessness
 
n

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blameless
late 14c., from blame + -less.
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Example sentences
In his illness there was nothing more to be regretted than in all his blameless
  life.
And fact-finding missions always uncover the truth, which exonerates the
  blameless.
After all, it did wait eight months before taking the points away, and is not
  entirely blameless.
Furthermore, neither left nor right is totally to blame for the situation, and
  neither left nor right is totally blameless.
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