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responsible for or chargeable with a reprehensible act

showing a sense of guilt

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I got through about half a page before they piled over with a mound of their books for me to read and cried and prodded me until I guiltily caved in.
We may have guiltily read the Sandman series instead of Dickens before our A-levels, or wolfed the Watchmen instead of Chaucer for our degree finals - but now there's no shame in publicly reading your graphic novels while still claiming to possess a sharp critical intelligence.
Dave guiltily raced through his speech as though suffering a serious bowel problem, and behind, Nick brushed invisible fluff off his trousers, twitching, almost huffing.
An enthralling, often guiltily comical insight into the peculiarities the brain can conjure, which leaves you questioning your own sense of reality.
Its deepest effect comes from the sly duality of its message - being guiltily entertained by a poem about being entertained by the eradication of another's humanity.
There are also vocal hooks that will hit you in the gut so hard that you will be guiltily humming them at church the next morning.
Obviously everyone was here for Don't You Want Me Baby, so it was a bit weird - and guiltily enjoyable - to hear it live instead of on a compilation CD for once.
In a statement, the Interior Ministry said the three were found guiltily of murder, and their execution were a necessary form of punishment, fit the crimes and will serve as a deterrent.
And the tubby monsters of Gluttony will have you looking at your own paunch rather guiltily.
That he would guiltily confess that at the famous meeting at Crawford, Texas, he had givenAaGeorge BushAaunequivocal support for military action?
I knew I had to be eagle-eyed at all times, looking for signs of drug abuse, anorexia, bulimia, smoking weed, alcohol consumption, to say nothing of sexual activity, unwanted pregnancy and other similar, and terrifying, issues that today's parents have to cope with -- embarrassedly, apologetically, guiltily, stealthily, sensitively.
That question creeps guiltily into one's head when talking to 23-year old student Yorgui Teyrouz.
Q: After an extramarital fling I guiltily read that many STDs produce minor or no telltale signs.
Those of us locals who are sentimental about the tasty meals we would guiltily but gratefully consume while away on holiday.