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guilty 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Adjective
/ˈgiltē/,
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guiltier, comparative; guiltiest, superlative;
  1. Culpable of or responsible for a specified wrongdoing
    • - the police will soon discover who the guilty party is
    • - he was found guilty of manslaughter
    • - he found them guilty on a lesser charge
  2. Justly chargeable with a particular fault or error
    • - she was guilty of a serious error of judgment
  3. Conscious of or affected by a feeling of guilt
    • - John felt guilty at having deceived the family
    • - she wrestled with a guilty conscience after her adultery
  4. Involving a feeling or a judgment of guilt
    • - I have no guilty secret to reveal
    • - a guilty verdict

  1. responsible for or chargeable with a reprehensible act; "guilty of murder"; "the guilty person"; "secret guilty deeds"
  2. showing a sense of guilt; "a guilty look"; "the hangdog and shamefaced air of the retreating enemy"- Eric Linklater
  3. (guilt) remorse caused by feeling responsible for some offense
  4. (guiltily) in the manner of someone who has committed an offense; "she blushed guiltily as she spoke"
  5. (guiltiness) guilt: the state of having committed an offense
  6. Guilty! was an television programme which aired on Sky One from 1997-1999, presented by Carole Malone. ...
  7. Guilty is a 1916 silent drama film featuring Harry Carey.
  8. "Guilty" is a popular song published in 1931. The music was written by Richard A. Whiting and Harry Akst. The lyrics were written by Gus Kahn.
  9. Guilty is a single by the Los Angeles pop punk band All in support of their 1993 album Breaking Things released on Cruz Records.
  10. Guilty is the ninth studio album (tenth overall) by Japanese pop singer-songwriter Ayumi Hamasaki, released by Avex Trax on January 1, 2008 in Japan. Hamasaki herself wrote all lyrics of the album, which went to sell over 400,000 copies its first two weeks of release. ...
  11. Guilty is an album released by Barbra Streisand in 1980. After the success of the Bee Gees in 1977/1978 there was some time to perform songwriting for other artists and Barbra Streisand asked Barry Gibb to write an album for her. ...
  12. A plea by a defendant who does not contest a charge; A verdict of a judge or jury on a defendant judged to have committed a crime; Responsible for a dishonest act; Judged to have committed a crime; Having a sense of guilt; Blameworthy
  13. (guiltyness) Alternative spelling of guiltiness
  14. (guilt) Responsibility for wrongdoing; Awareness of having done wrong; The fact of having done wrong; The state of having been found guilty or admitted guilt in legal proceedings; To cause someone to feel guilt, particularly in order to influence their behaviour
  15. (GUILT) (Gangliated Utrophin Immuno Latency Toxin) is a group of deadly manmade viruses that start to infect patients as the player gets to later parts of the game. There are seven main strains that the player encounters in the game:
  16. (GUILT) Experiencing a lack of inner peace; needing to take responsibility for something; wanting to correct a wrong (what you feel guilty about may well be in symbols and need clarifying)
  17. (Guilt) "Backwards Causality"-based responsibility for the past.  The evils of today cause the evils of the past.  Today's racists are to blame for yesterday's slavery.  Victimological History is created by current inequities. ...
  18. (Guilt) A distressing emotion that is felt when someone has violated their own values; such a person may feel worthless and seek punishment.
  19. (Guilt) A legal term that is often used instead of compunction. The word guilt has the unfortunate implication of a hopeless situation, so it is better to use the terms compunction or contrition in a theological setting. ...
  20. (Guilt) After abusing you, your partner feels guilt, but not over what he's done. He’s more worried about the possibility of being caught and facing consequences for his abusive behavior.
  21. (Guilt) Demons use our sins and failures to keep us in bondage. The message whispered constantly by the ancient spirits to the guilt ridden is that, because they have sinned so terribly neither God nor any human being could possibly love and forgive them. ...
  22. (Guilt) Feelings of culpability/responsibility especially for imagined offenses or from a sense of inadequacy.
  23. (Guilt) That which all white males and any who succeed in a “free enterprise” system must be forced to bear. We leftists accept our guilt for having that which others do not have, but the callous right-wingers seem to feel no remorse for their acquisition of obscene shares of the national income.
  24. (Guilt) a term denoting an unpleasant feeling associated with unfulfilled wishes.
  25. (Guilt) an effective state in which one experiences conflict at having done something one believes should not have done (often associated with depression) [8]