sackless
Adjective

sackless

  1. (provincial, Northern England, poetic or archaic) Blameless, guiltless, innocent.
    Defaming and framing sackless folks is no different than killing them.
    • The candles will burn bright.
  2. 1900: Eiríkur Magnússon, William Morris, The Story of Grettir the Strong (page 149)
    […] and how Thorir of Garth would not that Grettir should be made sackless.



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