blamable

Part of speech: adverb

BLAMABLY.

Part of speech: adverb

BLAMEFULLY.

Part of speech: noun

BLAMEFULNESS.

Part of speech: adjective

Deserving censure; wrong; faulty. blameful; blameworthy.

Part of speech: adjective

Deserving of blame.

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Usage examples "blamable":

  1. Yes, he said, that sort of thing is certainly very blamable; but what are the stories which you mean? - "Plato's Republic", Plato.
  2. Mary, as has already been observed, had acquired, in a very blamable degree, the practice of seeing everything on the gloomy side, and bestowing censure with a plentiful hand, where circumstances were in any degree doubtful. - "Mary Wollstonecraft", Elizabeth Robins Pennell.
  3. Some said this was an error in the preacher; others, that he was highly blamable; while others affirmed that there must be some mistake about the matter. - "Lessons in Life, For All Who Will Read Them", T. S. Arthur.