Guilt-trip



[gilt-trip] /ˈgɪltˌtrɪp/

verb (used with object), guilt-tripped, guilt-tripping.
1.
Informal. to attempt to instill a guilt trip in; play upon the guilt feelings of.
See also (def 4).
noun
1.
Informal. a feeling of guilt or responsibility, especially one not justified by reality.

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