Blames synonyms

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To grasp and pull with the fingers or fingernails.
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To load to capacity; fill:
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(Geology) To produce a fault in; fracture.
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(Archaic) To charge with something wrong or disgraceful; to reproach; to cast something in the teeth of; - followed by with or for, and formerly of, before the thing imputed.
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To find fault with angrily; rebuke or chide severely
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To use abusive or contemptuous language in speaking to or about; call bad names
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To reprove is to criticize or scold someone.
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Reproach is defined as to blame or shame someone.
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To reprove (someone) severely, especially in a formal or official way.
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To express sharp criticism regarding (an act, for example):
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(Archaic) To imply guilt; to incriminate.
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To charge with a crime; accuse
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The definition of impute is to assign a fault or blame.
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To give or have the sensation of pain; be sore
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To lessen or seem to lessen the seriousness of (an offense, guilt, etc.) by giving excuses or serving as an excuse
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To act as a critic.
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The definition of condemn is to state that someone or something is wrong or evil or to sentence to punishment.
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To call to a halt for identification
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Censure is defined as to criticize or judge in a harsh manner.
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To castigate is to criticize or punish someone severely.
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To declare in the capacity of an umpire or referee:
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To attribute a cause or characteristic to someone or something.
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To counsel against wrong practices; to caution or advise; to warn against danger or an offense; — followed by of, against, or a subordinate clause.
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To charge formally with a wrongdoing.
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To give an order for:
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To set or place definitely; establish:
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To place; attribute:
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To place at some task or duty; appoint
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To place at the end; append:
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(Colloquial) To denigrate, undervalue.
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To cook in a pan
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To knock quickly and sharply
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Someone punished for the error or errors of someone else.
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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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An obligation, debt or responsibility owed to someone.
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A false and malicious statement meant to hurt someone's reputation
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The initial movement in a task or undertaking:
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A disparaging remark; an aspersion.
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Unfavorable opinion or regard; disapproval:
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An insolent or arrogant remark or act.
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Physical maltreatment or violence:
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The definition of guilt is a feeling that you have done something wrong or bad or let someone down, or the state of having broken a law.
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A kind of popular music in which rhymed verses are chanted or declaimed to the accompaniment of forceful and repetitive rhythms, played usually on drums or synthesizers
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(Countable) An instance of doing wrong.
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(Usually in plural) a rule restricting behaviour or action
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Reproof is an expression of disapproval.
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A mark made against one's record for a fault or for misconduct.
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A cause for condemning
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A remark or statement imputing discredit or blame
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A statement that ascribes; specif., a prayer or text ascribing glory to God
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The definition of implication is something that is inferred.
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The definition of attribution means the act of giving someone credit for doing something or the quality or characteristic of a particular person.
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An indicting or being indicted; charge; accusation
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The definition of a tirade is a long and bitter speech.
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An abusive, bitter, attack, or criticism: denunciation.
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A formal charge, made under oath, of the commission of a crime or other such offense.
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Criticism or invective which is sustained and considered to be overly harsh; the act of vituperating; abuse; severe censure; blame.
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A charge of wrongdoing that is made against a person or other party.
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A damaging or disparaging remark; slander; innuendo
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A violent verbal attack; strong criticism, insults, curses, etc.; vituperation
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The reporting of a person to the authorities for possible criminal prosecution.
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Words or actions of a party to a contract that indicate the intention of that person to fail to carry out the contract in the future; a threat to breach a contract.
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The act of criticising; a critical judgment passed or expressed; a critical observation or detailed examination and review; a critique; animadversion; censure.
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In legislation, partially repealing or limiting the scope of common law or prior statutes.
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(--- Law) The formal registration of protest against the admission of a piece of evidence at trial, on the grounds of some legal defect.
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Any person, group, or thing that opposes
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A decline in the value of an asset over time, due to its increasing obsolescence or the wear and tear due to its use; a deduction on an income tax return of part of the asset’s cost, transforming its declining value into a benefit for the taxpayer.
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An untrue statement that harms the reputation of someone else’s business or product.
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An expression of protest, complaint, or reproof, especially a formal statement of grievances.
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Corrective punishment; chastisement; reproof; pungent criticism.
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Failure or refusal to approve; rejection
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To forgive misconduct.
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To praise or acclaim.
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To glorify, praise, or honor.
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To thank is defined as to express gratitude or appreciation.
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To laud the glory of (God, etc.), as in song; glorify; extol
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To exculpate is defined as to free from guilt or blame.
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To clear of guilt or responsibility, particularly to establish the innocence of a prisoner on death row. See also exculpate.
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To praise; commend
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Enthusiastic praise; acclamation.
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That which is the ground of approbation or praise.
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An exalting or being exalted
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Vindication is the feeling that someone’s opinion or belief was justified.
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An act of disburdening, discharging, or freeing morally from a charge or imputation
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Proper estimation or enjoyment
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To place in the hands of; pass:
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The state of being responsible, accountable, or answerable.
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A sudden involuntary movement.
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