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blame to place responsibility on for a mistake or fault. [3/5 definitions]
blot a moral fault or disgrace. [1/8 definitions]
carping inclined to find fault or complain.
critical tending to make severe judgments or to find fault. [1/5 definitions]
culpable guilty of a mistake or fault; blameworthy.
culprit someone who is charged with or guilty of a mistake, fault, or crime.
demerit a mark made on a person's record because of some fault, misconduct, offense, or failure, often leading to punishment or a loss of privileges. [1/2 definitions]
earthquake a shaking or other movement of part of the earth's surface, resulting from volcanic activity or the sudden release of tension along geologic fault lines.
escarpment a long steep slope or cliff at the edge of a plateau or fault line. [1/2 definitions]
excuse an explanation offered to justify or request pardon for a fault. [1/11 definitions]
extenuate to reduce the magnitude or seriousness of (a fault or offense) by offering partial excuses.
fault to blame, criticize, or find fault with. [1/7 definitions]
faultless without blemish, fault, or defect.
feet of clay a serious, unsuspected fault in someone who is exceptionally admired.
flaw1 a defect or fault; imperfection. [1/5 definitions]
frailty a fault or defect, esp. in one's moral character. [1/2 definitions]
fussbudget (informal) one who is excessively worried or tends to find fault over trivial details.
hole an error or weakness; fault. [1/9 definitions]
hypercritical excessively or exaggeratedly critical; overly inclined to find fault.
imperfection a flaw or fault. [1/2 definitions]
innocence freedom from guilt, blame, or fault. [1/5 definitions]