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Use "guiltily" in a sentence
"The last time we did this, Sage was not even a year old, and it wasn't so bad (Nikki and I only gave in guiltily during a local flight from New York to Las Vegas and gave Sage sleep-inducing medicine)."
"Described as "guiltily enticing," "an erotically charged yet gentle growing up film," and "a competent and beautiful first feature by a new major talent," Alexandra's ethereal film was recently awarded Best Cinematography at the Brooklyn Film Festival Awards."
""I am going to be sick," she heard Dylan enunciate crisply behind her, and recalled guiltily that Dylan wasn't terribly good with heights."