responsibility[ ri-spon-suh-bil-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF responsibility
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RESPONSIBILITY
And we need a new sense of responsibility for a new century.
A person can be expected to act responsibly only if he has responsibility.
The responsibility for the breach is not under discussion here.
And when you marry you will, as you know, be rid of the responsibility.
Her responsibility was heavy on her; she made frequent rounds.
Porter laughed at the idea that responsibility could attach to Crane.
At least the responsibility can thus be definitely assigned.
Those who decided, have accepted the responsibility, and have defended their action.
An awful hour for Bismarck, conscious of the load of responsibility which he carried.
Mrs Verloc was no longer a person of leisure and responsibility.