01. The jury took only 3 hours to reach a [guilty] verdict in the murder case.
02. The child's mother was filled with [guilt] after her son burned himself trying to get something off the stove.
03. The little boy had a [guilty] look on his face when his mother asked him if he knew who had eaten all the cookies.
04. Before you can reach a [guilty] verdict, you must be certain beyond all doubt that this man meant to kill the victim.
05. No one is [guiltless] in the continued destruction of the environment.
06. The driver of the bus that hit the two children has been found [guilty] of criminal negligence causing death.
07. The young boy looked up [guiltily] as his parents entered the police station where he was being held for car theft.
08. The dog had a [guilty] look on its face after it peed on the carpet.
09. In July 2002, an American court found two former Salvadoran generals [guilty] of allowing the torture of civilians during El Salvador's civil war.
10. In our court system, a person is presumed to be innocent unless [guilt] is proven beyond all reasonable doubt.
11. His feelings of [guilt] over the death of his wife in a car accident remained with him for the rest of his life.
12. Someone once said that by working hard, you can play hard without feeling [guilty].
13. There is an old proverb which observes that a [guilty] conscience needs no accuser.
14. British author Oscar Wilde served two years of hard labor in prison after being found [guilty] of homosexuality.
15. Acting in culturally disapproved ways may arouse feelings of shame and [guilt].

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