to blame, be
Be responsible for or guilty of something wrong or bad, as in Obviously the teacher was to blame for the chaos in the classroom, or Mary was not to blame for these errors. [Early 1200s]
Who’s To Blame For Weird English Spellings?Let's be honest: It's practically impossible to be a "good" speller in English.
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