sinless

[sin-lis]

adjective

free from or without sin.

Origin of sinless

before 900; Middle English sinles, Old English synlēas. See sin1, -less
Related formssin·less·ly, adverbsin·less·ness, noun
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Contemporary Examples of sinless

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British Dictionary definitions for sinless

sinless

adjective

free from sin or guilt; innocent; pure
Derived Formssinlessly, adverbsinlessness, noun
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Word Origin and History for sinless
adj.

Old English synleas; see sin (n.) + -less. Related: Sinlessly; sinlessness.

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