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  • r  in a manner or to a degree deserving blame or censure

  • Although Major Putnam was incarcerated for military reasons in Libby Prison, he was never vulgarly or culpably "in jail.
  • Finally, when Wisconsin Democrat William Proxmire called 1966 "the year of the big goof," charging that the Administration had underestimated Viet Nam spending and was culpably .
  • He makes Editor Thornton, in demanding that Gardner be fired, revert to stereotyped white brutality, and he makes President Rogers seem culpably weak for giving in.

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