blamable

[ bley-muh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF blamable

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BLAMABLE

She blamed herself till I could no longer think her blamable.

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

Many events had concurred to bring about this blamable reticence.

Yet it was a temporary necessity, for which nobody was blamable.

If he is accountable for the habit, he is blamable for the crime that follows.

A bold, a blamable journey, for which they reproach themselves at night.

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.

I will not think that I was blamable, for I was very sorry for it, and it was certainly done in ignorance.

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

We will not go so far as to brand every concession to the Socialist spirit of our time as blamable and harmful.

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