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guilty: used with various implications; (1) Lucr. 1511 “ instance” =suggestion of guilt; (2) applied to the instrument, occasion, &c. of a crime Err. IV. iv. 65 “the doors,” Tit. V. ii. 184 “The bason that receives your blood” ; (3) playfully in a transf. sense LLL. I. ii. 117 “The world was very of such a ballet” ; (4) involving guilt, criminal 1H6 II. iv. 94, R3 I. iv. 283 “ murder,” Rom. III. ii. 111 “damned deeds” ; (5) laden with guilt 3H6 V. vi. 11 “the mind” ; (6) prompted by sense of guilt Lucr. 1482 “ woe” ; the construction with “to” (=of) occurs twice Err. III. ii. 169 “ to self-wrong,” Wint. IV. iii. [iv.] 551 “guilty To” (=to blame for).
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