This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience. Learn more

Another word for blame

a-z
Verb
  1. To find fault with

    See also:

    praise

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

      1. To add at the end; append
      2. To secure to something; attach:
      3. To place at the end; append:
      1. To give out as a task; allot:
      2. To set apart for a particular purpose or place in a particular category; designate:
      3. To place at some task or duty; appoint
      1. To force (oneself) on or upon another in an annoying way
      2. To make fast or secure, as by locking, shutting, buttoning, etc.; fix firmly in place
      3. To place; attribute:
      1. (Informal) To influence the result or action of (a horse race, jury, election, etc.) to one's advantage by bribery, trickery, etc.
      2. To place securely; make stable or firm:
      3. To set or place definitely; establish:
      1. To attribute (esp. a fault or misconduct) to another; ascribe
      2. (Theol.) To ascribe (the goodness or guilt of one person) to another as well
      3. To relate (something, usually something bad) to a particular cause or source; place the fault or responsibility for:
      1. To appoint to a post:
      2. To repose (confidence, trust, hope, etc.) in a person or thing
      3. To arrange for the publication or display of:
    See also:

    give

Noun
  1. Responsibility for an error or crime

      1. (Geology) A fracture in the continuity of a rock formation caused by a shifting or dislodging of the earth's crust, in which adjacent surfaces are displaced relative to one another and parallel to the plane of fracture.
      2. Something that mars the appearance, character, structure, etc.; defect or failing
      3. A mistake; an error:
      1. A painful feeling of self-reproach resulting from a belief that one has done something wrong or immoral
      2. (--- Law) The fact of having been found to have violated a criminal law; legal culpability:
      3. The fact of being responsible for the commission of an offense; moral culpability:
      1. Burden of proof
      2. Responsibility for an error or fault; blame:
      3. A difficult or unpleasant task, duty, etc.; burden
    See also:

    start

  2. A comment expressing fault

      1. An official rebuke, as by a legislature of one of its members.
      2. A judgment or resolution condemning a person for misconduct; specif., an official expression of disapproval passed by a legislature
      3. An expression of strong disapproval or harsh criticism.
      1. The state of being condemned.
      2. A reason or occasion for condemning.
      3. Severe reproof; strong censure.
      1. The act of criticising; a critical judgment passed or expressed; a critical observation or detailed examination and review; a critique; animadversion; censure.
      2. The act of making judgments; analysis of qualities and evaluation of comparative worth; esp., the critical consideration and judgment of literary or artistic work
      3. The investigation of the origin and history of literary documents; textual criticism.
      1. That by which anything is denounced; threat of evil; public menace or accusation; arraignment.
      2. The act or an instance of denouncing, especially a public condemnation or censure.
      3. The reporting of a person to the authorities for possible criminal prosecution.
      1. The act of reprobating
      2. (Theol.) The state of being damned
      3. Disapproval; censure
      1. A shallow, wide, open container, usually of metal and without a lid, used for holding liquids, cooking, and other domestic purposes.
      2. A vessel similar in form to a pan, especially:
      3. (Informal) Severe criticism, especially a negative review:
      1. A pounding or clanking noise made by an engine, often as a result of faulty fuel combustion.
      2. (Slang) A cutting, often petty criticism.
      3. (Informal) An adverse criticism
    See also:

    praise

Another word for blame

Noun
  1. Censure

  2. Responsibility

Verb
  1. To censure

    See also:

    censure

  2. To hold responsible for

      1. To add an electrical charge to (a battery, etc.)
      2. To load to capacity; fill:
      3. To excite; rouse:
      1. To accuse of wrongdoing or criticize severely:
      2. To charge with the commission of a crime; esp., to make a formal accusation against on the basis of positive legal evidence
      3. (Law) To charge (a party) by indictment.
      1. To assign as a characteristic; credit:
      2. (Theol.) To ascribe (the goodness or guilt of one person) to another as well
      3. To relate (something, usually something bad) to a particular cause or source; place the fault or responsibility for:
    See also:

    accuse

    censure