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[mass noun] Responsibility for a fault or wrong; blame:‘a level of moral culpability’
guilt, blame, fault, responsibility, accountability, liability, answerabilityguiltiness, blameworthinessView synonyms
- ‘Police are investigating whether there is any criminal culpability surrounding how the indoor arena was being operated.’
- ‘I would like to know Ed's opinion about his responsibility or culpability in all this.’
- ‘The section confuses issues of legal responsibility or liability and moral culpability.’
- ‘The criminal law normally reflects culpability and blameworthiness for moral wrong in a general sense.’
- ‘Other students have been codifying laws regarding fraud, forgery and rules on criminal culpability.’
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