Definition of blameable in English:

blameable

(US blamable)

adjective

  • See blame

    • ‘But how does one pinpoint the blameable subject in a bureaucracy?’
    • ‘He had been blamable, highly blamable, in remaining with her after he first felt her influence over him to be more than it ought to be.’
    • ‘His describing this as a player's mistake means his original line - the one about a ‘miscommunication’ that was blamable on the coach - was never heartfelt.’
    • ‘If the term cause must be used, it can best be distinguished in this meaning as the imputable or responsible or blamable cause.’
    • ‘Their negligence must be not the omission to take all possible care; it must be much more blameable than that.’

Pronunciation

blameable

/ˈbleɪməb(ə)l/