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Synonyms for culpably

in a manner or to a degree deserving blame or censure

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He admitted causing danger to motorists and police officers by culpably and recklessly walking into the path of oncoming vehicles on the Edinburgh to Perth road.
In that session they dropped both Durham openers off Neil Carter, most culpably Michael Di Venuto who survived an absolute sitter to Darren Maddy at first slip.
Players and fans were lucky to escape injury after it bounced into the stand Berry,of of Linwood Road, Birkenhead, admitted a charge of culpably and recklessly discharging the distress flare with disregard of the consequences of his actions.
He found McKechan guilty of culpably and recklessly pushing two cars with his tractor, ignoring the signal to stop and injuring the officer.
So to offer further financial benefits to the already bilingual elite is unrealistic and culpably irresponsible.
He said: 'Birmingham itself is an example of what can be done - a city that was a byword for culpably thoughtless urban development has become an inspiring example of urban renaissance, with its plazas, walkways, canals.
For culpably injured persons and property insurance coverage of at least 5,000 EUR 000 a claim and for culpably caused economic losses totaling 2 500 000 EUR per incident provides.
McFadyen, of Culliven Court, Perth, admitted culpably and recklessly starting the blaze at 73 Murray Place in Stanley, Perthshire, on August 29 last year.
Taylor admitted a charge of culpably and recklessly causing the child to ingest methadone to the danger of his life in 2008.
In three cups they beat only Stourbridge, most culpably going out of the two earlyseason tournaments at home to Bury and Accrington.
It is alleged they culpably and recklessly discharged a distress flare into a crowded football stadium to the utter disregard of the consequences of their actions and wanton disregard to public safety.
Sutcliffe and Bevan then dug in and at the end of a moribund morning, Leicestershire's top scorer was extras with 24 including, culpably from the Bears' point of view, 16 no-balls.
Exceeds the contractor the agreed delivery date for the provision of services and it is thus culpably in arrears, it shall pay to the client for each started working day a contractual penalty amounting to 0.
McGuigan, from Cambuslang, near Glasgow, pled guilty yesterday at the city's sheriff court to culpably and recklessly directing the beam towards the helicopter.
They have won only one four-day game this season but have twice badly let teams off the hook - Yorkshire at Scarborough last week and, most culpably due to a spate of dropped catches, Hampshire at Edgbaston early in the summer.