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guilt, to pronounce free of absolve
remove from a duty or guilt absolve
blame or guilt, pronounce free from absolve , exculpate , exonerate , vindicate
formal charge of wrongdoing brought against a person; the act of imputing blame or guilt accusal , accusation
someone who imputes guilt or blame accuser
personality disorder characterized by amorality and lack of affect; capable of violent acts without guilt feelings (`psychopathic personality' was once widely used but was superseded by `sociopathic personality' to indicate the social aspects of the disor antisocial personality disorder , psychopathic personality , sociopathic personality
feeling guilt ashamed
disorder of eating seen among young women who go on eating binges and then feel guilt and depression and self-condemnation binge-eating syndrome , bulimia
state of guilt blameworthiness , culpability , culpableness
sudden reddening of the face (as from embarrassment or guilt or shame or modesty) blush , flush
guilt as an accomplice in a crime or offense complicity
payment made voluntarily to reduce guilt over dishonest dealings conscience money
agreement between two parties that is sanctioned by the court; for example, a company might agree to stop certain questionable practices without admitting guilt consent decree
pronounce guilt convict
statement of guilt conviction
guilt, to free oneself of disburden
shame you feel when your inadequacy or guilt is made public embarrassment
guilt, to clear of exculpate , exonerate
act of freeing from guilt or blame exculpation
lessen guilt of offense extenuate
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