Synonyms for Blameless:
inculpable, unimpeachable, irreproachable.
naive, angelic, innocuous, unblemished, guiltless, unblamable, white, untarnished, spotless, pure-hearted, irreproachable, chaste, virginal, snowy, unsophisticated, innocent, untainted, unspotted, childlike.
•not guilty (adjective)
•not responsible (adjective)
clean, inculpable, immaculate, unsullied, irreproachable, righteous, guiltless, clear, innocent, faultless, Irreprehensible, virtuous, not guilty, exemplary, unspotted, unblemished, stainless, good, pure, untarnished, unimpeachable, clean-handed.
aboriginal, plain, uncluttered, pure, honorable, undefiled, fundamental, stark, innocent, elemental, undiluted, austere, unadorned, guiltless, formative, untainted, basal, faultless, stainless, angelic, indivisible, untarnished, elementary, primal, foundational, clean, unadulterated, unblemished, purebred, irreducible, sinless, unsullied, nascent, clear, Simon-pure, simple, immaculate, unimpeachable, chaste, white, atomic, essential, unalloyed, virtuous, spotless, decent, primary, bare, prime, basic, monolithic.
forthright, right-minded, respectable, angelical, fair, moral, unimpeachable, upstanding, righteous, creditable, honorable, estimable, principled, saintly, irreproachable, noble, untarnished, virtuous, pure, good, law-abiding, true, honest, worthy.
uncorrupted, angelical, clean, righteous, moral, estimable, good, honorable, unspotted, Taintless, respectable, pure, decent, noble, guiltless, unsullied, ethical, virtuous, heroic, faultless, creditable, worthy, valorous, high-minded, upstanding.
n.correct, not guilty, just, proper. unblamable, lily-white. Irreprehensible, exemplary. •blameless (noun)
inculpable, unimpeachable, guiltless, innocent, irreproachable, clean-handed.
Usage examples for blameless
His relative, he said, had written of me in high terms- the very highest, declaring that I was blameless in the matter, and that, though he had sent the horse back to my stables, he fully believed in the fine qualities of the animal, and acknowledged his fault in making it a cause of provocation. – The Adventures of Harry Richmond, Complete by George Meredith Last Updated: March 7, 2009