Our sages would likely hold American Jews culpable for the sins of Israeli Jews—and the reverse.
But in this case, police and protestors alike are culpable for the mayhem on the streets.
The opposition is afraid of the past because its revered members are culpable for some of the most agonizing memories it evokes.
The students were not culpable, even though their work was now tarnished.
How culpable are sites like Facebook, Google, and Apple in aiding potential spying, and the loss of privacy?
Would I then be culpable for not speaking of that of which I am myself ignorant?
Knowing what human nature is, we cannot wonder at this disposition, culpable as it was.
It would be culpable to allow such a girl to enter on the world with such a stigma as being expelled from school would mean.
She referred to her son's culpable connection with Baroness Duvillard.
This (he says) is not only not the right end, but is an end absolutely pernicious and culpable.
late 13c., coupable, from Old French coupable (12c., Modern French coupable), from Latin culpabilis "worthy of blame," from culpare "to blame," from culpa "crime, fault, blame, guilt, error." English (and for a time French) restored the first Latin -l- in later Middle Ages.