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locate fault with; censure.
to position responsibility for (something): blamed the crisis on bad preparation.
To censure; to convey disapprobation of; discover fault with; to reproach.
to create reproach upon; to blemish.
The state to be accountable for a fault or error; culpability.
Culpability for one thing bad or undesirable.
Responsibility for anything meriting censure.
An expression of disapprobation fir one thing considered becoming incorrect; imputation of fault; censure.
That which is worth censure or disapprobation; culpability; fault; criminal activity; sin.
An expression of disapproval of some thing deemed to-be incorrect; imputation of a fault; censure; reprehension.
whatever is worthy of censure or disapprobation; fault; criminal activity; sin.
Culpability; duty for a thing that is incorrect: as, the blame is yours.
a reproach for a few lapse or misdeed
an accusation that you are in charge of some lapse or misdeed
to blame Deserving censure; responsible.
the culprit becoming the reason or way to obtain one thing: A freak storm would be to blame for the power outage.
To censure (some body or something like that); to criticize.
to create into disrepute.
to say or give consideration to that some one may be the reason behind some thing unfavorable; to place fault, to attribute duty (for one thing bad and for doing some thing unfavorable).
harass with continual criticism
put or pin the fault on
attribute responsibility to
to convey disapprobation of; discover fault with; censure: opposed to praise or commend.
Formerly it may be followed by of.
To charge; impute as a fault; lay the duty of: as, he blames the failure on you.
To bring reproach upon; blemish; injure.
[such expressions as he is blame, to blame, by a vintage and typical building, has the passive meaning ‘to be blamed, blamable.’ Compare a house to let, employ, build; grain ready to cut, etc.
In article authors of this Elizabethan period it was usually written also blame, blame apparently becoming seen erroneously as an adjective.]
Synonyms To reprove, reproach, chide, upbraid, reprehend. See decry.
expletives utilized informally as intensifiers