blameworthy


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Synonyms for blameworthy

Synonyms for blameworthy

deserving blame or censure as being wrong or evil or injurious

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The inner half, connected with the states of the heart and the character traits of the soul (akhlaq al-nafs), divides into a blameworthy [state] and a praiseworthy [state].
The unlawful part means all of your senses must abstain from doing ill or evil, thinking blameworthy or wicked thoughts.
The smarter members of your posse - more blameworthy because they should know better - aren't out to ban books.
In that case, when the jury finds the defendant guilty, it doesn't do anything blameworthy, even though by hypothesis it gets the wrong answer.
Qadri said the institutions which allowed the tax-evaders to take part in the general elections, are blameworthy
Blameworthy actions should be distinguished from actions that are illegal and therefore punishable, although the two may overlap.
More often'--the Great Depression, the S&L crisis, the sub-prime mess--it comes down the hardest on the least blameworthy and the most vulnerable with crushing consequences.
In addition to the permissibility of an action, we should also consider whether we would be blameworthy for performing the action.
The navy's case was reported in September 2011 and four officers were found blameworthy.
The law therefore holds the offender blameworthy and assigns the highest degree of culpability when the intent to kill is premeditated and deliberate.
Therefore, this "nicer" statement probably will not evoke the same response as the other since it sounds like two family members fought and no one is really blameworthy.
Said Mr Wood: "Currently, the actual term of bankruptcy cannot be extended for reasons of reckless or blameworthy behaviour prior to bankruptcy.
T]he courts' aversion to letting blameworthy conduct slip through the federal cracks has dramatically reversed the lenity presumption.
Extravagance is not allowed in Islam and is blameworthy in all matters, whether it has to do with marriage or otherwise.
The conduct of the model, her mother and her lawyers in this case has been particularly blameworthy.