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guilt-free

compounding; adjective
Used to describe low-calorie or low-sugar foods, implying that guilt would otherwise be felt by the person if she consumed another, higher calorie alternative.
 
"I’m so tired of companies describing low calorie foods as guilt-free. Should I feel guilty otherwise, society? Should I??"
Etymology : compound of guilt (from Old Englsih gylt “crime, sin, fault”) and free (from Old English freogan “to liberate, free”)
Source : facebook, Nov. 2013
Last modified: 25 November 2013


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