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Synonyms for blame

hold responsible

attribute to

Synonyms

  • attribute to
  • credit to
  • assign to
  • put down to
  • ascribe to
  • impute to

Synonyms for blame

to find fault with

to ascribe (a misdeed or an error, for example) to

responsibility for an error or crime

Synonyms for blame

an accusation that you are responsible for some lapse or misdeed

a reproach for some lapse or misdeed

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put or pin the blame on

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harass with constant criticism

attribute responsibility to

expletives used informally as intensifiers

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I love rescuing small details like Blamer talking about the A&P store from looming oblivion, even when they are half imaginary.
Anyone can become a blamer but there are some common traits.
Paradigms of blaming on this account will be in cases where the blamer has a close personal relationship with the person she blames, and Scanlon focuses on blame in friendships and families.
Blaming creates a definitive "us-them" barrier between the blamer and the blamed (pp.
The blamer is the boss, the dictator, and the one in charge who never does wrong.
In his book, The Last Self-Help Book You'll Ever Need: Repress Your Anger, Think Negatively, Be a Good Blamer, and Throttle Your Inner Child (Basic Books; $14.95), Pearsall suggests that many of the generic, feel-good, pop psychology messages offered on bookshelves actually do readers more harm than good.
There are more versions of the above, but they tend to fall into the same categories: (a) the power wielder; (b) the blamer; (c) the desperate pleader; and (d) the last-minute collaborator.
Selon le Professeur Mwasoko de l'Universite de Dar-es-Salaam, les dirigeants africains sont autant a blamer que l'Occident pour avoir entrave l'utilisation des langues africaines sur Internet.
'We want to make sure everyone gets heard and everyone gets out of their role as victim, blamer and so on.
Blamer is a professor in the Department of Natural Resource Sciences at Washington State University, Pullman.
In cases of homonymy as of hope (n) and hope (v) the derivatives that are in our corpus are verified deverbal coinages: blame 1200, blaming 1382 (1), blamer 1387 (3), blameful 1386 (5), blameable 1387 (7), blamefully 1400 (9), blamefulness 1400 (10).
Two of her four pathological communication patterns, the placater and the blamer, may both manipulate their target through "apologizing": the former by using types 1, 2, or 3 of the above list; the latter by resorting to types 5, 6, or 7 (type number 4 has a neutral quality in this respect).
Bien sur, on peut toujours blamer les politiciens eux-memes, dont le comportement est loin d'etre toujours exemplaire.