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culpable
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Wuthering Heights
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  • ’ "What culpable carelessness in her brother!" exclaimed Mr. Linton, turning from me to Catherine.
  • If the lad swore, he wouldn’t correct him: nor however culpably he behaved.

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  • He is culpable of copyright infringement.
  • Congress was as culpable as the President for the gridlock.

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