scot free

ADVERB
  1. free from harm or penalty
    he went scot-free
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How To Use scot free In A Sentence

  • That is not a reason to let me off scot free literally, since "scot" was a Scandinavian word for "tax". The Seattle Times
  • They assumed that this inquiry would be an eyewash and they would be let go scot free.
  • They added somebody stealing food can be jailed while those who poison people by contaminating food can get away scot free.
  • Just because he apologized doesn't mean he should get away scot free. jim Wilson apologizes: 'I let my emotions get the best of me'
  • you think you are smart getting away with practically murder scot free and you think i'm blind, well i'm not. HOMELAND AND OTHER STORIES
  • So Jean will be tried acooing to the hudud which is punishable by stoning to death and Stenson probably gets off scot free. WordPress.com News
  • “You'd wear the red marks on your neck quite proudly in your humble coffin, while folks glare at me, and curse to themselves that I got off go scot free.” The Couple Who Loved Murder
  • you think you are smart getting away with practically murder scot free and you think i'm blind, well i'm not. HOMELAND AND OTHER STORIES
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