Blame, censure, condemn imply finding fault with someone or something.
To blame is to hold accountable for, and disapprove because of, some error, mistake, omission, neglect, or the like: Whom do you blame for the disaster?
What do you mean by Blame?
verb [ T ] uk /bleɪm/ us /bleɪm/ B1 to say or think that someone or something did something wrong or is responsible for something bad happening: Don’t blame me (= it is not my fault) if you miss the bus! Hugh blames his mother for his lack of confidence.
What do you call a person who always blame others?
2 Answers. active oldest votes. 7. There is a related word, scapegoat, which means: scapegoat (noun) A person who is blamed for the wrongdoings, mistakes, or faults of others, especially for reasons of expediency.
Why do we blame others for our mistakes?
The reasons behind the habit of blaming others
Controlling you: Some people try to control others by blaming them and making them feel that they are bad. Refusing to admit that they are responsible: Some people can’t admit failures and mistakes so they blame others for them in order to escape from the responsibility.
How do you respond to Blame?
How to Respond to Blame
- “You screwed up.”
- “Where were you? You didn’t do what you were supposed to do!”
- “This is your fault. I need you to take responsibility.”
- Walking Away. When you feel attacked, you get triggered.
- Giving In. You’re right.
- Defending Yourself.
- Explaining Calmly and Rationally.