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Example sentences for "blameable"

Lexicographically close words:
blah; blains; blak; blamable; blame; blamed; blameless; blamelessly; blamelessness; blames
  1. Even at the very time when your obstinacy obliged me to insist on your going away, that by a blameable condescension I sought the only means which, consistent with duty, was allowed me not to break entirely with you.

  2. This Exercise would soon strengthen his Judgment in what is blameable or praiseworthy, and give him an early Seasoning of Morality.

  3. In short, my Journal only holds up Folly to the Light, and shews the Disagreeableness of such Actions as are indifferent in themselves, and blameable only as they proceed from Creatures endow'd with Reason.

  4. It is not to be denied, but his Part and that of the Maid whom he makes Love to, are excellently well performed; but a Thing which is blameable in it self, grows still more so by the Success in the Execution of it.

  5. As if this were not quite enough, a cry was raised that the dishonesty really due to this blameable conduct on the part of individuals was attributable to parsimony in the department.

  6. The more blameable Mr Arnold's conduct has been, said my mother, the more cause have we to rejoice in his amendment.

  7. Pardon me if I add, that Mr Faulkland is not ungenerous, however blameable he may have been in regard to you.

  8. If it is blameable in Skimpole to take the note, it is blameable in Bucket to offer the note--much more blameable in Bucket, because he is the knowing man.

  9. Neither can I say that I am convinced it is blameable except in its excess.

  10. I fear they are more blameable than extraordinary; for, from what I hear and see in this great city, mine are no uncommon misfortunes.

  11. The King was held blameable because not a single soldier commissioned by him had been found beside his daughter to draw the sword in her defence.

  12. A natural and not very blameable curiosity prompted me to ask a jolly, merry-looking undertaker, whose funeral it was, whither they were going, and whence they had come?

  13. The most blameable act of his life was the execution of Charles.

  14. We are not aware that the poet has been charged with personal participation in any of the blameable excesses of that time, The favourite topic of his enemies is the line of conduct which he pursued with regard to the execution of the King.

  15. The poorest people, in this instance, imitate their superiors with a blameable disregard to consequences.

  16. And in the first place, they are blameable in this, that they use a most captious kind of interrogation.

  17. But they insist upon it that all perturbations depend on opinion and judgment; therefore they define them more strictly, in order not only the better to show how blameable they are, but to discover how much they are in our power.

  18. The omission of this was highly blameable in one Mr Moore, who, having formerly borrowed some lines of Pope and company, took the liberty to transcribe six of them into his play of the Rival Modes.

  19. He is the worthiest and best of men; and I once more repeat it to you, he hath carried his friendship to this man to a blameable length, by too long concealing facts of the blackest die.

  20. It is the indiscreet and vulgar haste, the indelicacy, the low mercenary views, and the equally low ambition to compass a splendid match, which is blameable and revolting in the parental conduct.

  21. She is blameable to ridicule the attentions which are meant as complimentary to her.

  22. Nevertheless, he was certainly blameable for having chosen such an unwholesome situation.

  23. Most people, indeed, imagined the king highly blameable for checking the ardour of his troops to stop and lay siege to Prague.

  24. They are also aware that a right action does not necessarily indicate a virtuous character, and that actions which are blameable often proceed from qualities entitled to praise.

  25. And undoubtedly to learn well a foreign tongue is deserving of some praise for intellect; but it is a blameable thing to applaud that language beyond truth, to glorify one's self for such an acquisition.

  26. And since it is blameable to work in vain, it is wrong not merely to put the thing in a place where it may be less useful, but even in a place where it may be equally useful.

  27. Shall that be blameable in me, which is commendable veracity and constancy in others?

  28. No quality, it is allowed, is absolutely either blameable or praiseworthy.

  29. The greater degree there is of these blameable qualities, the more vicious they become, and yet they are the less voluntary.

  30. The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "blameable" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.