This is a blamable weakness—I know it—I reproach myself bitterly; but all I can do is to confess it candidly.
Many events had concurred to bring about this blamable reticence.
On this document the judges based the most serious of charges; they regarded it as furnishing proof of a most blamable temerity.
If he is accountable for the habit, he is blamable for the crime that follows.
In reality, it was an honest but indirect comment upon the Empress's blamable latitude in that respect.
A bold, a blamable journey, for which they reproach themselves at night.
They have sold themselves and their self-respect, some with ease (they are the least blamable), some with a struggle.
They make me kneel at confession to tell my thoughts, while well I know that, for the least blamable of them, I shall be scourged.
Among my other blamable actions there may now be reckoned disobedience to my father.
I will not think that I was blamable, for I was very sorry for it, and it was certainly done in ignorance.