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Definition of "culpability" [cul•pa•bil•i•ty]

  • The degree of one's blameworthiness in the commission of a crime or offence. (noun)

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Use "culpability" in a sentence
  • "This culpability is at the aggregate scale and of course no individual bank can be held liable in court for the collapse of the financial system."
  • "I believe the issue of culpability is very important, and this nonsense of guilt on the part of derivative players such as Pelosi is a red herring, both legally and practically."
  • "Is there no problem, misstep, or abuse for which DTM will not instantly jump in to redirect all culpability from the administration?"