English words and Examples of Usage

use "blame" in a sentence

Ruhle interrupted, saying: “You can’t blame George Bush for that.”

I blame technology for playing into our human fear of missing out.

For Schiff, there is no one else to blame but the Federal Reserve.

You can probably blame rising property taxes or insurance premiums.

I don’t blame him for sometimes not hearing what I’m saying to him.

This blame game, name-calling and finger pointing achieves nothing.

Meanwhile, Myanmar has refused to shoulder the blame on the crisis.

Has dimwit Goodwin dropped in to blame this on liberals yet?

They say pinning the blame solely on rats doesn't make sense.

American society is partly to blame for these misguided young adults.

A glance at the past shows that the PiS is not the only one to blame.

In Trump's world, he can simply blame a phantom intern and move on.

The dentist was unlucky and not altogether to blame,” he said.

But in many cases, I suspect the blame lies with two mental mistakes.

Government censorship was partly to blame for the downturn, RSF said.

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