[gilt-lis] /ˈgɪlt lɪs/
free from ; innocent.
having no knowledge or experience; innocent (usually followed by of).
destitute or devoid (usually followed by of):
a house guiltless of any charm.
free of all responsibility for wrongdoing or crime; innocent
late Old English gyltleas; see guilt (n.) + -less. Related: Guiltlessly; guiltlessness.
[gilt] /gɪlt/ noun 1. the fact or state of having committed an offense, crime, violation, or wrong, especially against moral or penal law; culpability: He admitted his guilt. 2. a feeling of responsibility or remorse for some offense, crime, wrong, etc., whether real or imagined. 3. conduct involving the commission of such crimes, wrongs, etc.: […]
[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.
/gilt’weir/ 1. A piece of freeware decorated with a message telling one how long and hard the author worked on it and intimating that one is a no-good freeloader if one does not immediately send the poor suffering martyr gobs of money. 2. Shareware that works. [Jargon File]
[gil-tee] /ˈgɪl ti/ adjective, guiltier, guiltiest. 1. having committed an offense, crime, violation, or wrong, especially against moral or penal law; justly subject to a certain accusation or penalty; culpable: The jury found her guilty of murder. 2. characterized by, connected with, or involving : guilty intent. 3. having or showing a sense of , […]