blamable


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deserving blame or censure as being wrong or evil or injurious

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This possibility retrospectively makes Gonzalo's persistent attempts to alleviate Alonso's gloom less questionable and, consequently, the disruption caused by Antonio's and Sebastian's acerbic quips more blamable.
The struggle of the Bedouins was a hopeless one, and though the manner in which brutal soldiers, like Bugeaud, have carried on the war is highly blamable, the conquest of Algeria is an important and fortunate fact for the progress of civilization.
21) He regretted that the letter had fallen into the public domain but declared that, "one cannot hold me responsible for the blamable indiscretion which launched this letter in the public.
The harvest failure of hybrid rice of the Supertoy type in Purwerojo in 2008 was believed to be blamable on the distributor of the rice seeds violating the Law No.
to be done, that are very unjust and blamable in their own nature,
In such cases, suspicion that an action may kill something means that it is blamable to a degree.
Playgoers and readers alike get this impression partly because Vincentio and Isabella occasionally appear to be just as "precise"--albeit in a much less blamable (or even unblamable) way--as Angelo in matters of love, sexuality, and moral conduct.
Thus, Grotius goes on to say that "such motives, though blamable, when even connected with a just war, do not render the war ITSELF unjust.
Are voters so taken by the prime minister that they even tolerate his condescending remark, ''There are many kinds of people's lives,'' in replying to queries about his blamable past?
The utterances of Coriolanus's backward voice are, in one sense, more blamable than their counterparts in Apemantus's speeches because the latter character, like Jaques (As You Like It II.
So Van Sant's ``Elephant'' combines elements of both adages: It looks both unrelentingly and obliquely at something we all wish never occurred and dispassionately touches on every reason we've dreamed up as to why, while stubbornly refusing to isolate any of them as a clear, blamable cause.