[Esc] (1) incriminate; involve or imply as necessary accompaniment or result E.g.The suspicions again [___] high government officials to the point where 911 could well have been an inside job.
[Esc] (2) unintentionally; without knowledge or intention; carelessly E.g.Whether on purpose or [___], that is exactly what John did.
[Esc] (3) person or thing regarded as embodying or exhibiting some quality, idea E.g.The [___] of Jesus Christ is a basic tenet of Christian theology.
[Esc] (4) insignificant; lacking importance; not following from premises or evidence; illogical E.g.Brushing off Ali's apologies for having broken the wineglass, Tamara said, "Don't worry about it; it's [___]."
[Esc] (5) offensive or insulting treatment E.g.Although he seemed to accept cheerfully the [___] hit upon him, he was inwardly very angry.
[Esc] (6) not capable of being swayed; unyielding; implacable E.g.The judge was [___] and gave the convicted man the maximum punishment allowed by law.
[Esc] (7) pertaining to hell; devilish; abominable; awful E.g.Batman was baffled: he could think of no way to hinder the Joker's [___] scheme to destroy the city.
[Esc] (8) pass into or through; penetrate with hostile intent E.g.They're not going to take any chances to [___] from the Afghan side of the border into Pakistan.
[Esc] (9) act contrary to, as a law, right, or obligation; annul or hinder E.g.I am disgusted at this decision by the government, to once again [___] on the rights of the people of the countryside!
[Esc] (10) unthankful; ungrateful; one who rewards favors with enmity E.g.If you mean I am an [___], that is an unpleasant word, Aunt Mary.