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culpable
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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • If you have been culpable, it was imprudence, and this imprudence was in obedience to the orders of your captain.
  • There was the crime, Bertuccio—that was where you became really culpable.
  • Certainly, after witnessing the culpable indolence manifested by M. de Villefort towards his own relations, I ought to have denounced him to the authorities; then I should not have been an accomplice to thy death, as I now am, sweet, beloved Valentine; but the accomplice shall become the avenger.

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

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