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Use "faulting" in a sentence
"Likewise, critics would have persisted in faulting the Chinese for their backwardness while extolling the virtues of the progressive Japanese."
"When a number of well-defined strata cleave vertically, and one end of the series sags below the other, or lifts above it, the process which geologists call faulting, the scenic effect is varied and striking; sometimes, as in"
"He could also tell of the "faulting," or slipping down, of adjacent masses of solid rock, which has occurred often enough to carve the characteristic Cohasset coast."