unguilty

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Etymology[edit]

un- +‎ guilty

Adjective[edit]

unguilty ‎(comparative more unguilty, superlative most unguilty)

  1. (archaic) Not guilty; innocent.
    • 1544-1595, Edward Fairfax (1560-1635);, Jerusalem Delivered[1]:
      XLVI "Tell me what will you do? why would you stain Your noble hands in our unguilty blood?
    • 1566, William Adlington, The Golden Asse[2]:
      And further I imagined and sayd, Alasse what Judge is he that is so gentle or benigne, that will thinke that I am unguilty of the slaughter and murther of these three men.

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