guiltier guiltier


  1. (adj) responsible for or chargeable with a reprehensible act
  2. (adj) showing a sense of guilt


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  1. Translation: we may be fatter than ever, but at least we are feeling guiltier about it.
  2. It was a spartan regimen and made folks who didn't follow it feel guiltier than ever, but it retained the virtue of being comprehensible.
  3. All their good advice, plus the urgings of the health-and-fitness movement, has, it seems, succeeded only in making us feel guiltier as we plow our way through the eggs Benedict.


  • 'Big Brother's' Aaryn booted, booed: I don't recall racist remarks

    Reality TV's summertime guilty pleasure "Big Brother" felt a whole lot guiltier this season, thanks largely to the bad behavior of several houseguests. Racism, sexism, homophobia — you name, they said it. But one of them said more than the others.
    on August 30, 2013     Source: NBC NEWS


  • Commenting on Abramoff's black trench coat and fedora, Givhan says, "I mean, can you look any guiltier? To me, it looked like a mob boss gone bad."
    on May 14, 2006 By: Robin Givhan Source: CBS News

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