What does blaming mean?

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blam·ing

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  1. Blaming

    of Blame

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  1. Blaming

    Blaming is the last novel by Elizabeth Taylor. It was first published, posthumously, in 1976. Amy's husband dies while she is on a cruise, and she is befriended by Martha, an awkward young American writer. "The novel describes Amy's reluctant obligation to this fragile person and her internal narrative attempting to justify the distance she wants to keep. "

Anagrams for blaming »

  1. lambing

  2. ambling

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of blaming in Chaldean Numerology is: 1

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of blaming in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4

Examples of blaming in a Sentence

  1. Soltis Anderson:

    If I ’m thinking ofa potentially really scary situation, I look at things like what’s happening with Roy Moore in Alabama, wondering, is there a chance that that sort of worldview gets brought national by a president who is liable, he likes blaming other people for things, and likes claiming, look, I ’m a bigger winner than you ever could possibly have realized.

  2. Chris Ingram:

    Marco could certainly come up with them -- he's acknowledged to me that he has the records, having known him and seen him in action and having seen the pattern of behavior of his, the sense of entitlement -- the explaining things away without taking any kind of actual accountability or responsibility for what he's done, blaming others -- and there's always an excuse.

  3. Jeff Weaver:

    We are hearing some chatter that( Iowa Democratic Party is) blaming this delay on you having to report three numbers, not one.

  4. Mwanandeke Kindembo:

    We can't keep blaming women for loving money so much. Because most of the men forget their religions upon seeing the cash.

  5. Wang Yi:

    I have an impression that although different parties still have different positions and although there were serious debates, all the parties ... have come to realize that we must stop blaming each other.

Images & Illustrations of blaming

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