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Culpability, or being culpable, is a measure of the degree to which an agent, such as a person, can be held morally or legally responsible for action and inaction.

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Culpable definition is - meriting condemnation or blame especially as wrong or harmful. How to use culpable in a sentence. Synonym Discussion of culpable.

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Culpable definition, deserving blame or censure; blameworthy. See more.

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If a child tells his mother he was not to blame for the cookie jar being broken, she could still find him culpable if he was the only one home. Culpable means to be ...

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From Middle English culpable, from Old French culpable, from Latin culpabilis (“ blameworthy”), from culpare (“to blame, condemn”), from culpa (“fault, crime, ...

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culpable meaning: 1. deserving to be blamed or considered responsible for something bad: 2. deserving to be blamed or considered responsible for something ...

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Culpable definition: If someone or their conduct is culpable , they are responsible for something wrong or bad... | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and ...

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Deserving of blame or censure; blameworthy: "Rajiv's getting remarried without the divorce papers meant that he was equally culpable and that no one would be  ...

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Origin: [OE. culpable, coulpable, coupable, F. coupable, formerly also coupable, formerly also coulpable, culpable, fr. L. culpabilis, fr. culpare to blame, fr. culpa ...