culpable

[ kuhl-puh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF culpable

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CULPABLE

Knowing what human nature is, we cannot wonder at this disposition, culpable as it was.

She referred to her son's culpable connection with Baroness Duvillard.

I don't believe the police have been culpable; they have only been faint-hearted.

And as there were some murmurs at this remark; "Culpable, I repeat the word," he continued.

De Chemerant, you are as culpable as this miserable scoundrel.

I would not do anything which in the eye of the world, might render me culpable.

You are as culpable if you injure another as another would be if he injured you.

This self-indulgence on your part, my dear Paterfamilias, is weak, vain—not to say culpable.

This, however, is not culpable, and it has even been unavoidable.

This, as I know from culpable personal experience, is a fault.

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