blameably

blameable

[bley-muh-buhl]
adjective

blameably, adverb
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blame (bleɪm)
 
n
1.  responsibility for something that is wrong or deserving censure; culpability
2.  an expression of condemnation; reproof
3.  be to blame to be at fault or culpable
 
vb
4.  (usually foll by for) to attribute responsibility to; accuse: I blame him for the failure
5.  (usually foll by on) to ascribe responsibility for (something) to: I blame the failure on him
6.  to find fault with
 
[C12: from Old French blasmer, ultimately from Late Latin blasphēmāre to blaspheme]
 
'blamable
 
adj
 
'blameable
 
adj
 
'blamably
 
adv
 
'blameably
 
adv

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