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The police don't deserve the blame for what happened to these children.
Why do I always get the blame for everything?
The management has to take part of the blame for recent failures.
Citizens are laying the blame on the government for acting too late.
We're trying to get rid of the company's culture of blame.
This is the American English definition of blame. View British English definition of blame.
a frightening or unfriendly low noise
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