We have it on good authority Steve Jobs was not the culprit.
Then, Jack Bauer, my Hero, nabs the culprit entirely on his own, just as our Founding Fathers hoped.
Dilaudid was pinpointed as the culprit in the May accidental overdose death of Las Vegas comedian Danny Gans.
According to the researcher, jealously is the culprit, the “fear of losing a beloved to someone else.”
The culprit is still at large, but Cyrus has pointed fingers at The Daily Mail.
No one in the whole ship was as zealous as the Irishman in searching for the culprit; but he took care never to find him.
Omai fixed on the culprit, who was a Bolabola man, a hardened scoundrel.
Rather they looked at each other questioningly as the minutes flew, as if the culprit were indeed not among them.
The culprit's lips were compressed, and his teeth were tightly closed.
The first offense, when the culprit is discovered, is not punished; but there is a warning against repetition.
1670s, from Anglo-French cul prit, contraction of Culpable: prest (d'averrer nostre bille) "guilty, ready (to prove our case)," words used by prosecutor in opening a trial. It seems the abbreviation cul. prit was mistaken in English for an address to the defendant.