a discussion or meeting for the purpose of assigning blame.
deserving blame; blameful: a blameworthy administration. Historical Examples Ethics John Dewey and James Hayden Tufts David Elginbrod George MacDonald An English Garner (4 of 8) Various The Christian Foundation, Or, Scientific and Religious Journal, Various Elements of Morals Paul Janet Harper’s New Monthly Magazine, No. XXVII, August 1852, Vol. V Various Woman and Womanhood C. […]
blamable. deserving blame; censurable. Historical Examples The Intellectual Life =Philip Gilbert Hamerton The Adventures of Harry Richmond, Complete George Meredith Lavengro George Borrow Diary of Samuel Pepys, Complete Samuel Pepys Aristotle George Grote The Lesser Bourgeoisie Honore de Balzac Clarissa, Volume 5 (of 9) Samuel Richardson Leonora Maria Edgeworth History of England from the fall […]
confounded: The blamed car won’t start. confoundedly; excessively: It’s blamed cold out tonight. to hold responsible; find fault with; censure: I don’t blame you for leaving him. to place the responsibility for (a fault, error, etc.) (usually followed by on): I blame the accident on her. Informal. blast; damn (used as a mild curse): Blame […]
free from or not deserving blame; guiltless: a blameless child. Contemporary Examples Why Toyota and BP Won’t Die Eric Dezenhall October 10, 2010 Lillian Smith’s Bombshell Novel About Interracial Love Nathaniel Rich May 24, 2014 Love Israel? Criticize It Peter Beinart May 18, 2010 What Palestinians Should Do to Combat Cynicism and Make Peace Possible […]