One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Used to indicate that one agrees that the action or attitude taken was reasonable.‘he was becoming impatient and I couldn't blame him’
- ‘Very few people attend city council meetings and I don't blame them.’
- ‘The waitresses hated him, and I don't blame them.’
- ‘I know you moan about me behind my back, my dear, and I don't blame you for it for a minute.’
- ‘I guess I can't blame him for being impatient, if indeed he is and not simply excited.’
- ‘I feel for them, I don't blame them for trying and I wish them well.’
- ‘I don't blame your parents for wanting to protect you, and I don't blame you for being loyal to your friend.’
- ‘As for your foreign language requirement: I don't blame you if you don't feel you need to learn a foreign language.’
- ‘I will say that I don't blame them for being upset.’
- ‘He is well within his rights to do that and I don't blame him for doing it.’
- ‘If you are confused by all this, I don't blame you.’
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