In truth they had shared in the indiscretion and been partners in the peccadillo.
There is such family loyalty that every peccadillo is consecrated.
In fact, homicide on the frontier, as compared with horse-stealing, is a peccadillo.
Rain, exposure at dewfall on the searocks, a peccadillo at my time of life.
The peccadillo on his part had been very small, but he must be assured.
What she formerly regarded as a monstrous crime, she now spoke of as a peccadillo.
But having been informed by letter that it was a question only of some peccadillo I had no other thought but to see you again.
The examiner had committed a peccadillo, George a terrible crime.
But had he not atoned for this peccadillo fifty-fold by the results of his absence?
Don Benito had him flogged for some peccadillo, and he has loved him, thirsted to show his love for the family ever since.
"slight sin," 1590s (earlier in corrupt form peccadilian, 1520s), from Spanish pecadillo, diminutive of pecado "a sin," from Latin peccatum "a sin, fault, error," noun use of neuter past participle of peccare "to miss, mistake, make a mistake, do amiss; transgress, offend, be licentious, sin," perhaps literally "to stumble," from a PIE verbal root *ped- "to walk, stumble, fall," related to the root of foot (n.).