Blaming [verb]

Definition of Blaming:

accuse; place responsibility

Opposite/Antonyms of Blaming:

Sentence/Example of Blaming:

He didn’t get the defenses wrong or mix up formations or blame players for mistakes that weren’t their fault.

His cut of the film emphasized love, with John Lodge’s Irish police inspector assuming blame for a shooting that allows Loder’s English captain and Antoinette Cellier’s Maureen to have a future together.

Coaches get an outsized amount of credit and blame for outcomes most of the time, and at the Power Five level, it’s something they’re well-compensated for.

Money watchAs defeats in key Senate races mounted this week, Democrats cast around for blame and began to ask whether something they'd considered to be a strength turned out to be a waste of time.

When it comes to the markets or economy, Presidents get far too much blame when things go poorly and far too much credit when things go well.

Take a scroll through Twitter and there are any number of “I told you so”’s—and resurfaced tweets from before Quibi’s launch—assigning blame to billionaire hubris and a saturated streaming environment.

I don’t want to lay blame, but the school board should feel guilty.

The Donalds campaign placed blame on an opposing Republican, who had employed a conservative political consultant who had been accused of a similar tactic when he worked on Ted Cruz’s 2016 presidential bid.

Globally, public opinion of China has declined this year, depressed by governments lumping blame for the pandemic on Beijing.

While the bulk of the blame went to Cutter, there were deaths connected to vaccine lots from Wyeth as well.