sinless

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle English sinneles, synneles, senneles, from Old English synlēas (without sin; sinless), from Proto-Germanic *sundīlausaz (sinless), equivalent to sin +‎ -less. Cognate with Dutch zondeloos (sinless), German Low German sündelos, sündlos (sinless), German sündenlos (sinless), Icelandic syndlaus (sinless).

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sinless (comparative more sinless, superlative most sinless)

  1. Without sin; never having sinned.

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