Definitions for blamer

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

blame*bleɪm(v.; n.)blamed, blam•ing

  1. (v.t.)to hold responsible:

    Don't blame me for the delay.

  2. to find fault with; censure:

    I don't blame you for leaving.

  3. to place the responsibility for (usu. fol. by on):

    to blame a mistake on someone.

  4. blast; damn (used as a mild curse):

    Blame the rotten luck.

    Category: Informal

  5. (n.)an act of attributing fault; censure; reproof.

  6. responsibility for anything deserving of censure:

    to take the blame for an error.

Idioms for blame:

  1. to blame, responsible; at fault; culpable.

    Category: Idiom

* Usage: Blame on (They blamed the fight on me), blame alone (They blamed me), and blame for (They blamed me for it) all occur in educated usage and are all acceptable. Blame on is, however, considered informal by some commentators.

Origin of blame:

1150–1200; ME < AF, OF blasmer < VL *blastēmāre, for LL blasphēmāre to blaspheme

blam′er(n.)

Wiktionary

  1. blamer(Noun)

    One who blames.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Blamer(noun)

    one who blames


Translations for blamer

Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary

blame(verb)

to consider someone or something responsible for something bad

I blame the wet road for the accident.

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