I adjective abject, accusable, answerable, arrant, at fault, beneath contempt, blamable, blameful, censurable, chargeable, condemnable, condemnatory, condemned, contemned, contemptible, contemptuous, contumelious, convicted, corrupt, criminal, criminous, criticized, culpable, damnatory, delinquent, deplorable, depraved, despicable, devious, discreditable, discredited, disdainful, dishonorable, disreputable, disrespectable, errant, erring, execrable, flagitious, flagrant, flagrante delicto, found guilty, guilty, ignominious, illaudable, impeachable, in fault, in the wrong, indefensible, indictable, infernal, inglorious, iniquitous, injurious, insalubrious, irremediable, justiciable, liable, liable to prosecution, nefarious, negligent, not honorable, not respectable, not to be recommended, objectionable, obnoxious, odious, of no repute, open to criticism, opprobrious, peccable, peccant, questionable, reprehensible, reprimanded, reproachable, reprobate, reprobative, reprovable, responsible, ribald, scandalous, sentenced, sinister, tainted, transgressing, uncommendable, unjustifiable, unpraiseworthy, unrespected, unrighteous, unvirtuous, unworthy, venal, without defense, woeful, wrong, wrongful II index blameful, contemptible, culpable, delinquent (guilty of a misdeed), disgraceful, guilty, inexcusable, inexpiable, loathsome, notorious, obnoxious, odious, peccable, peccant (culpable), reprehensible, reprobate, sinister, unjustifiable, vicious

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