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Definition of "guiltily" []

  • In a guilty manner; as if guilty (adverb)

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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."