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  1. deserving blame or censure as being wrong or evil or injurious
    censurable misconduct
    culpable negligence
    blameworthy if not criminal behavior
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How To Use blameworthy In A Sentence

  • If criminals under a particular age are less blameworthy than other criminals it might seem to follow that we should spare such criminals the harshest sentence.
  • She then goes on to say that there is absolutely no excuse for this ignorance concerning punctuation; even the much favoured scapegoat, the U.S., is not considered blameworthy.
  • Given that it is the only G8 country running a budget surplus, Canada's foot-dragging is particularly blameworthy.
  • There are cases in which someone knowingly performs a corrupt action but is, say, coerced into so doing, and is therefore not blameworthy.
  • blameworthy if not criminal behavior
  • “Calls for violence against homosexuals” would be a sign of extremism, no doubt, but is it equally pernicious to argue that homosexual acts are morally blameworthy? Britain
  • Divorce is still seen as something blameworthy, shoddy and grubby by the courts. Times, Sunday Times
  • Machiavelli sometimes associates these passions and desires which are inherent to human nature with vice and corruption and immoral, blameworthy, wicked, and dishonourable conduct.
  • They agreed that Obama's inability to produce a strong recovery - since Bush, however blameworthy, is not on the ballot - would prove decisive next Tuesday. HuffPost Radio: Both Sides Now w/ Huffington & Matalin , on Scary Midterms, Bill Clinton, Jon Stewart & Keith Richards
  • The investigator found that the council was not blameworthy of doing anything wrong in the circumstances.
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