Thesaurus / blamable

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With respect to crime and virtue I was in doubt; I doubted that the one was blamable and the other praiseworthy.

LavengroGeorge Borrow

In reality, it was an honest but indirect comment upon the Empress's blamable latitude in that respect.

An Englishman in ParisAlbert D. (Albert Dresden) Vandam

Thus perished ingloriously one of the least blamable and most unfortunate of the Parthian princes.

This is by no means a criminal or blamable simulation, if not used with an ill intention.

No one is blamable for inheriting bad tendencies; but every one is blamable for not striving to eradicate them.

As a rule, if the new word was made from another English word, the ending is able, as blamable.

Business EnglishRose Buhlig

That he should detest the corrupt and oppressive forms of religion of his own century was neither surprising nor blamable.

The king, thus served day and night by real models of virtue, would never be countenanced in any blamable action.

She is sure there is not one blamable act in his whole course of conduct.

Oswald LangdonCarson Jay Lee

They make me kneel at confession to tell my thoughts, while well I know that, for the least blamable of them, I shall be scourged.

Gerald FitzgeraldCharles James Lever

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