Definition of 'at fault'
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Rock at back but at fault for goal. The Sun (2014)Not at fault for the goal in the first half. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Not at fault for goal but looked shaky. The Sun (2010)But they were each at fault for a goal. The Sun (2014)When our paintings go wrong there is a tendency to think that our technical skill is at fault. Improve Your Landscape PaintingHe has already shipped nine league goals in four games and was at fault for both goals here. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It is how we use our own design that is at fault if we find sitting upright hard work. Times, Sunday Times (2012)At fault for two goals. The Sun (2009)No, bookmakers can only find themselves at fault for failing to properly promote the sports upon which their own working dynasties were founded. The Sun (2014)I know Cole was at fault for their goal but otherwise he was fantastic. The Sun (2012)At fault for goal but otherwise OK. The Sun (2011)At fault for first goal but was otherwise OK. The Sun (2010)A) You were at fault for that goal. The Sun (2009)
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