blamed


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blamed

 (blāmd)
adv. & adj. Informal
Used as an intensive: drove so blamed slow that we were late; called me a blamed fool.
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blamed

(bleɪmd)
adj, adv
chiefly US a euphemistic word for damned2, damned3
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blamed

(bleɪmd)
Informal. adj.
1. darned; confounded.
adv.
2. confoundedly; excessively: I felt so blamed silly.
[1825–35]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.blamed - expletives used informally as intensifiersblamed - expletives used informally as intensifiers; "he's a blasted idiot"; "it's a blamed shame"; "a blame cold winter"; "not a blessed dime"; "I'll be damned (or blessed or darned or goddamned) if I'll do any such thing"; "he's a damn (or goddam or goddamned) fool"; "a deuced idiot"; "an infernal nuisance"
cursed, curst - deserving a curse; sometimes used as an intensifier; "villagers shun the area believing it to be cursed"; "cursed with four daughter"; "not a cursed drop"; "his cursed stupidity"; "I'll be cursed if I can see your reasoning"
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blamed

adjective
Informal. So annoying or detestable as to deserve condemnation:
Informal: damned.
Chiefly British: blooming, ruddy.
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References in classic literature ?
Children are not to be blamed for the faults of their parents.
Maggie hated blame; she had been blamed all her life, and nothing had come of it but evil tempers.
The wish to acquire is in truth very natural and common, and men always do so when they can, and for this they will be praised not blamed; but when they cannot do so, yet wish to do so by any means, then there is folly and blame.
The infidelity of Molly, which Jones had now discovered, would, perhaps, have vindicated a much greater degree of resentment than he expressed on the occasion; and if he had abandoned her directly from that moment, very few, I believe, would have blamed him.
The former Naked Chef has partly blamed Brexit for the collapse.
Both men and women who focused on the male perpetrator's point of view showed greater empathy for him and blamed the female victim more.
While defending himself in court, Abdallah blamed the devil for making him commit the crime, saying he was a good person.
Finally - and relevantly as the elections draw near - voter-blaming might discourage people from voting at all, fearing they would be blamed for their choices.
According to the poll, 32 percent of those surveyed blame Democrats in Congress for the shutdown, while 7 percent blamed their Republican counterparts.
The new poll found that 33 percent of American blamed congressional Democrats for the shutdown, while 47 percent blamed Trump.
Clearly this gaffer is nowhere near the standard that we're used to seeing in the Premier League - he's not blamed the owners, he's not blamed Paul Pogba, he's not blamed the absence of VAR and he's not blamed the presence of VAR.
(66) One reason for this is that oppressed people are often blamed for their lack of standing and the wrongdoing they suffer.