blamelessness blamelessness


  • (n) a state of innocence


  1. They would never lay claim to blamelessness, but they are regarded as upright and God-fearing among their friends, who place high value on those traits.
  2. But by remaining we won recognition of our blamelessness.
  3. For a couple of thousand years, Jewish morality presupposed a kind of victim's righteousness, the special blamelessness of those without great collective power.
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