in charge of or chargeable with a reprehensible work; worthy of blame; culpable: responsible of infidelity; the responsible party.
Law Adjudged to possess committed a crime.
experiencing or prompted by a feeling of shame: a guilty conscience.
Hinting at or entailing shame: a guilty smirk; a guilty key. See Synonyms at blameworthy.
Responsible for a dishonest work.
Judged to have dedicated a crime.
Having a feeling of guilt
Having incurred shame; unlawful; morally delinquent; sinful; chargeable with, or responsible for, one thing censurable; justly exposed to punishment; -- combined with of, and in most cases followed closely by the crime, sometimes by the punishment.
Evincing or suggesting guilt; involving guilt
Condemned to payment.
showing a sense of shame
in charge of or chargeable with a reprehensible work
Having incurred shame; not innocent; morally or legally delinquent; culpable; specifically, having committed a crime or an offense, or having violated a law, civil or ethical, by an overt work or by neglect, and by explanation of that act or neglect prone to punishment.
described as or constituting shame or criminality; of a culpable personality; sinful: because, a guilty deed; a guilty intent.
Pertaining or concerning shame; indicating or revealing guilt; employed in or associated with wrong-doing.