Synonyms of lay at someone's door or lay at the door of someone
lay at someone's door or lay at the door of someone
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blameIf you say that you do not blame someone for doing something, you mean that you consider it was a reasonable thing to do in the circumstances.
• I do not blame them for trying to make some money.
criticizechargetaxblastcondemnflame (informal)put downdisapprove ofcensurereproachchideadmonishtear into (informal)diss (slang, US)find fault withreproveupbraidlambast(e)reprehendexpress disapprobation of
censureIf you censure someone for something that they have done, you tell them that you strongly disapprove of it.
• I would not presume to censure him for his views.
criticizeblameabusecondemncarpet (informal)flame (informal)denounceput downslate (informal, US)rebukereprimandreproachscoldberatecastigatechidetear into (informal)diss (slang, US)blastread the riot actreproveupbraidslap on the wristdamnlambast(e)bawl out (informal)excoriaterap over the knuckleschew out (US, Canadian, informal)tear (someone) off a strip (British, informal)give (someone) a rocket (British, New Zealand, informal)reprehend
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