Definition of Blameworthy

1. Adjective. Deserving blame or censure as being wrong or evil or injurious. "Culpable negligence"




Definition of Blameworthy

1. a. Deserving blame; culpable; reprehensible.

Definition of Blameworthy

1. Adjective. Deserving blame or censure; reprehensible. ¹

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Definition of Blameworthy

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Blameworthy

blamelessness
blamelessnesses
blamer
blamers
blames
blameshift
blameshifted
blameshifting
blameshifts
blamestorm
blamestormed
blamestorming
blamestorms
blameworthily
blameworthiness
blameworthy (current term)
blaming
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blanc fixe
blancard
blancards
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blanch holding
blanch holdings
blanched
blanched almond
blanched almonds
blancher
blanchers
blanches

Literary usage of Blameworthy

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1. The Common Law by Oliver Wendell Holmes (1909)
"The law considers, in other words, what would be blameworthy in the average man, the man of ordinary intelligence and prudence, and determines liability by ..."

2. History of Modern Philosophy by Kuno Fischer (1887)
"... the understanding, and transforms its infallible light into a Will-o'-the-wisp. Error can be nothing else than a blameworthy ignorance. 3. blameworthy ..."

3. The British Quarterly Review by Robert Vaughan, Henry Allon (1869)
"challenged solution, are most blameworthy for withholding it at this ' grave crisis.' Dr. Brady has thus been an indefatigable labourer in this great field ..."

4. The Fairfax Correspondence by George William Johnson, Robert Bell (1848)
"... the Perpetual Parliament "—Proposed amendment of the Lords—All parties blameworthy— Mutual distrust—Charles resolves to revisit Scotland—Reason assigned ..."

5. Dr. William Smith's Dictionary of the Bible: Comprising Its Antiquities by William Smith (1892)
"But probably the Greek Л means only " I am conscious to myself of nothing," ie blameworthy or wrong. That the consciousness is not self-condemnatory lies in ..."

6. The Common Law by Oliver Wendell Holmes (1909)
"The law considers, in other words, what would be blameworthy in the average man, the man of ordinary intelligence and prudence, and determines liability by ..."

7. History of Modern Philosophy by Kuno Fischer (1887)
"... the understanding, and transforms its infallible light into a Will-o'-the-wisp. Error can be nothing else than a blameworthy ignorance. 3. blameworthy ..."

8. The British Quarterly Review by Robert Vaughan, Henry Allon (1869)
"challenged solution, are most blameworthy for withholding it at this ' grave crisis.' Dr. Brady has thus been an indefatigable labourer in this great field ..."

9. The Fairfax Correspondence by George William Johnson, Robert Bell (1848)
"... the Perpetual Parliament "—Proposed amendment of the Lords—All parties blameworthy— Mutual distrust—Charles resolves to revisit Scotland—Reason assigned ..."

10. Dr. William Smith's Dictionary of the Bible: Comprising Its Antiquities by William Smith (1892)
"But probably the Greek Л means only " I am conscious to myself of nothing," ie blameworthy or wrong. That the consciousness is not self-condemnatory lies in ..."

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