Blame synonyms

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A thought or an opinion resulting from such thinking or consideration:
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Abusive language; blame; disgrace or cause to be in ill repute; calumny. Obloquy may go to the extent where it constitutes defamation. See also defamation and slander.
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The act of disapproving, an expression of condemnation.
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The definition of an aspersion is an unfavorable or damaging remark about someone or something.
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(Military) The obligation to carry forward an assigned task to a successful conclusion. With responsibility goes authority to direct and take the necessary action to ensure success. (JP 1-02 Department of Defense Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms).
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Liable to sin; subject to transgress the divine law.
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Blame; the responsibility for a mistake.
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A dispraising; blame
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The state of being answerable.
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The act of judicially condemning, or adjudging guilty, unfit for use, or forfeited; the act of dooming to punishment or forfeiture.
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The act, or an expression, of criticism, censure or condemnation; reprimand
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Corrective punishment; chastisement; reproof; pungent criticism.
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The act or an instance of remonstrating; protest, complaint, or expostulation
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(Theology) The predestination of a certain number of the human race as reprobates, or objects of condemnation and punishment; damnation.
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Reduction in the purchasing value of money.
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A critical, esp. unfavorable, comment (on or upon something)
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The position of two celestial bodies when their celestial longitude differs by 180°, especially a configuration in which Earth lies on a straight line between the Sun and a superior planet or the Moon. Planets in this position rise as the Sun sets and are visible all night long, reaching their highest point in the sky at midnight; the Moon in this position is full.
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The definition of abuse is the use of something for the wrong purpose.
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Disgrace arising from exceedingly shameful conduct; ignominy.
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An instance of this; scornful insult
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A statement expressing opposition, or a reason or cause for expressing opposition (generally followed by the adposition to).
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Shame, disgrace, discredit, or blame, or a source, cause, or occasion of this
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Disparagement; detraction
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A comment, review, article, etc. expressing such analysis and judgment
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US spelling of disfavour.
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The act of refusing to accept; the act of repudiating.
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An act or expression of condemnation or disapproval, especially on moral grounds.
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A severe, formal or official reproof; reprehension, rebuke, private or public.
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Denunciatory or abusive language; vituperation:
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(Music) A set of notes that are played legato, without separate articulation.
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The act of reproving or something said in reproving; rebuke; censure
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The experience or beginning of a feeling, need, or desire:
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Sustained, harshly critical language; invective.
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Strong rebuke; strong scolding
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A demonstration in a court of law, or before another finder of fact, that a witness was ingenuine before, and therefore, is less likely to tell the truth now
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A bitter, abusive criticism or denunciation
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A long, vehement speech, esp. one of denunciation; harangue
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The departure from electrical neutrality at a point, or in a region, as by the accumulation, or deficit, of electrical particles: more electrons than normal produce a negative charge; fewer, a positive charge
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(Uncountable) A comment of earnest reasoning meant to dissuade or remonstrate.
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(Law) A formal written accusation charging one or more persons with the commission of a crime, presented by a grand jury to the court when the jury has found, after examining the evidence presented, that there is a valid case
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Recrimination is the mutual exchange of accusations.
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Something, such as a quality or characteristic, that is related to a particular possessor; an attribute.
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A literary work or speech expressing a bitter lament or a righteous prophecy of doom.
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(Law) The formal charging of a defendant with an offense.
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(Countable, logic) The connective in propositional calculus that, when joining two predicates A and B in that order, has the meaning "if A is true, then B is true".
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(Theology) A setting of something to the account of; the attribution of personal guilt or personal righteousness of another; as, the imputation of the sin of Adam, or the righteousness of Christ.
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Blame; censure; crimination.
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(By extension) Any tirade or declamation full of bitter condemnation.
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Disfavor or disapproval.
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The definition of calumny is a lie or the act of saying a lie that is intended to be hurtful.
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The act, or an instance, of ascribing a quality, characteristic, quotation, artistic work, or other thing to someone or something.
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Censure
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Liability is defined as the state of being responsible for something or something that someone is responsible for.
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A difficult or disagreeable responsibility or necessity; a burden or obligation.
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To scold sharply; to excoriate the perpetrators of.
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To blame or scold in a sharp way; reprimand
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To judge disapprovingly; find fault (with); censure
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Indict is defined as to accuse or formally charge someone with a wrongdoing.
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(Theol.) To ascribe (the goodness or guilt of one person) to another as well
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A judgment or evaluation
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Responsibility for a mistake or error:
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To express strong disapproval of or criticize severely, especially in an official capacity:
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To make a charge of wrongdoing against another.
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That deserves blame; culpable
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Deserving to be blamed
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Condemning; expressing condemnation, explicitly or implicitly
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Deserving of blame or censure; blameworthy:
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Harmful to one's reputation; blameworthy:
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Having a sense of guilt.
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Wicked; abominable:
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Deserving rebuke or censure:
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That which one merits or deserves, either of good or ill; desert.
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The property of being reprehensible.
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The definition of a scapegoat is someone who is assigned the blame or made to take the fall for something.
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An adverse remark or criticism:
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Someone punished for the errors of others, historically a boy that was whipped in the stead of a misbehaving prince.
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(Uncountable) Violation of standards of behavior.
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To instruct or direct; to inform; to notify.
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To assign (something) to a supposed cause; impute; attribute
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To call is to make a sound intended to attract a person's attention, or is when an animal makes a special sound to attract other animals, or to use the telephone to contact someone.
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To punish or rebuke severely.
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To call to account
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To scold mildly so as to correct or improve; reprimand:
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To make thin or slender; to draw out so as to lessen the thickness.
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The definition of hurt is feeling physical pain, or to cause someone or something to experience physical pain or to cause harm.
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The definition of incriminate is to make someone seem guilty or to implicate someone in wrongdoing.
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To incriminate.
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Reprehend is defined as to blame or strongly judge a person or action.
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To prevent, avoid, deny or suppress (a feeling, behaviour, action etc.). [from 14th c.]
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To attack (someone) with abusive language.
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Upbraid is defined as to condemn or criticize severely.
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A formal freeing (from guilt or obligation); forgiveness
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(Uncountable) The state of being disburdened or freed from a charge.
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The action of forgiving.
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Something that provides evidence or support for a claim or argument:
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Grateful feelings or thoughts; gratitude:
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(Rare) The collective noun for larks.
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The act of applauding; approbation and praise publicly expressed by the clapping of hands, stamping or tapping of the feet, acclamation, huzzas, or other means; marked commendation.
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The act of exculpating from alleged fault or crime; that which exculpates; excuse.
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Loud applause or strong approval
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To express approval of (someone or something) especially by such clapping.
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Exonerate is defined as to relieve someone of a duty, or prove innocent.
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To clear of guilt or blame.
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Used ironically in the future tense to express a rebuke:
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To raise in rank, status etc., to elevate.
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Rap is defined as to hit quickly and sharply, or to speak or chant lyrics to a song with a reoccurring beat.
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(Informal) To lacerate; to wound by multiple lacerations; to injure or damage by cutting, or as if by cutting.
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(Intransitive) With "out" (to pan out), to turn out well; to be successful.
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To strike a blow or blows with the fist or some hard object; esp., to rap on a door
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Affix means to create an addition to something.
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To allot or give something as a task.
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To cause to take close effect; to make to tell; to land.
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To attach; to affix; to hold in place.
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To ascribe (a misdeed or an error, for example) to
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To offer for consideration:
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The reporting of a person to the authorities for possible criminal prosecution.
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To provide a view of, or a way of getting to, some place; open
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An act of beginning; an initial effort:
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(Slang, slightly dated) Accursed; damned.
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Used as an intensive:
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(Roman Catholic Church) Used as a title before the name of one who has been beatified.
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(Profane) Generic intensifier.
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(Informal) Deserving cursing; outrageous
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(Euphemistic) A minced oath for damned
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Extreme
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expletives used informally as intensifiers
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(Pejorative) Damned by God.
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(Often offensive) Used as an intensifier.
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Of hell
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(followed by with) To criticize (something) excessively
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To provoke:
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The definition of absolve is to be forgiven for your sins or to be set free of all of the legal or moral consequences of your actions.
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A cause or reason for complaining; a grievance:
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