verb (used with object), blamed, blaming.
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 the rotten luck.
an act of attributing fault; censure; reproof:
The judge said he found nothing to justify blame in the accident.
responsibility for anything deserving of censure:
We must all share the blame for this deplorable condition.
to blame, at fault; censurable:
I am to blame for his lateness.
responsibility for something that is wrong or deserving censure; culpability
an expression of condemnation; reproof
be to blame, to be at fault or culpable
(usually foll by for) to attribute responsibility to; accuse: I blame him for the failure
(usually foll by on) to ascribe responsibility for (something) to: I blame the failure on him
to find fault with
adjective, blinder, blindest. 1. unable to see; lacking the sense of sight; sightless: a blind man. 2. unwilling or unable to perceive or understand: They were blind to their children’s faults. He was blind to all arguments. 3. not characterized or determined by reason or control: blind tenacity; blind chance. 4. not having or based […]
noun 1. care of the self without medical or other professional consultation. self-care n. The care of oneself without medical, professional, or other assistance or oversight.
noun 1. a picture, description, etc., ludicrously exaggerating the peculiarities or defects of persons or things: His caricature of the mayor in this morning’s paper is the best he’s ever drawn. 2. the art or process of producing such pictures, descriptions, etc. 3. any imitation or copy so distorted or inferior as to be ludicrous. […]
adjective 1. denoting accommodation in which the tenant or visitor provides and prepares his own food
noun 1. a person or thing that acts, happens, or exists in such a way that some specific thing happens as a result; the producer of an effect: You have been the cause of much anxiety. What was the cause of the accident? 2. the reason or motive for some human action: The good news […]