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use "fault" in a sentence


It's not Apple's fault - it's this way with every phone right now.

We must make no-fault absentee ballots an option for all Americans.

Iran is located on seismic fault lines and is prone to earthquakes.

But here’s a thought: What if it’s not, actually, all Obama’s fault?

You cannot fault the World Equestrian Games for the variety on offer.

It was my fault that I'd got in there - I wanted the security, a job.

Stock image It's believed the fire started due to an electrical fault.

“I made a few slips and it is my fault that I failed to win,” Shi said.

I certainly agree and find no fault with these sobering survey results.

He was let down by a double fault in the last game on game point.

He was found to be at fault for the accident involving four cars.

I know the fire isn't their fault but crappy customer service is.

It's my fault, but I don't know if there is anything I could have done."

It's not anybody's fault, it's body meets ink and what happens, she said.

My biggest fault is I lived across the street from this man, Breuer said.

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