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Blaimed vs. Blamed: Mastering the Correct Spelling

Edited by Aimie Carlson || By Janet White || Updated on March 12, 2024
"Blaimed" is incorrect. The right spelling is "blamed," referring to holding responsible or accusing.

Which is correct: Blaimed or Blamed

How to spell Blamed?

Blaimed is Incorrect

Blamed is Correct


Key Differences

Remember the word "lame" within "blamed".
Use mnemonic: "Blamed has no 'I' because it's not about 'I'."
There's no "i" in "blame."
"Aim" is at the center of "blamed," not "aime."
Think of "blame" as in blaming someone, with no "i."

Correct usage of Blamed

The team was blaimed for the loss.
The team was blamed for the loss.
She blaimed the weather for her late arrival.
She blamed the weather for her late arrival.
He was blaimed for the accident unfairly.
He was blamed for the accident unfairly.
Parents are often blaimed for their children's behavior.
Parents are often blamed for their children's behavior.
The failure of the project was blaimed on a lack of resources.
The failure of the project was blamed on a lack of resources.

Blamed Definitions

Accused of or held responsible for.
He was blamed for the accident.
Placed responsibility on.
They blamed their tools for the poor outcome.
Credited something as the cause.
He blamed his upbringing for his habits.
Made accusations or charges against.
The team blamed the coach for their loss.
Attributed fault to.
She blamed the weather for the delay.
Used as an intensive
Drove so blamed slow that we were late.
Called me a blamed fool.
Form of euphemism
Simple past tense and past participle of blame
Expletives used informally as intensifiers;
He's a blasted idiot
It's a blamed shame
A blame cold winter
Not a blessed dime
I'll be damned (or blessed or darned or goddamned) if I'll do any such thing
He's a damn (or goddam or goddamned) fool
A deuced idiot
Tired or his everlasting whimpering
An infernal nuisance

Blamed Sentences

He blamed his tardiness on the heavy traffic.
The company was blamed for environmental damage.
She blamed herself for the misunderstanding.
She blamed the loss of data on a computer virus.
The government was blamed for the economic downturn.
The coach blamed the defeat on poor teamwork.
They blamed the outage on a failed piece of equipment.
The critics blamed the director for the film's failure.
He blamed the tools for the poor quality of work.
They blamed the system for failing to protect the vulnerable.
Residents blamed the city for the poor condition of the roads.
The author blamed his writer's block on stress.
The pilot was blamed for the navigational error.
The team blamed communication breakdown for the project's failure.
She blamed the cold weather for her getting sick.
The historian blamed the conflict on unresolved tensions.
The CEO blamed market conditions for the company's poor performance.
The investor blamed his financial advisor for the loss of funds.
They blamed the decline in sales on the new regulations.
The contractor was blamed for the construction delays.
Parents blamed the internet for their children's lack of focus.
The athlete blamed an injury for not winning the race.
The producer blamed the actors for the play's poor reception.
The teacher blamed the student's low scores on a lack of study.
The public blamed the authorities for the lack of preparedness.


Why is it called Blamed?

The term comes from "blame," meaning to place responsibility on someone or something.

What is the verb form of Blamed?

"Blame" is the verb form.

Which vowel is used before Blamed?

"A" as in "a blamed incident."

What is the root word of Blamed?

The root word is "blame."

Which conjunction is used with Blamed?

Contextual, can be "and" or "but" among others.

What is the plural form of Blamed?

N/A, as "blamed" doesn't have a plural form in the context of past tense.

What is the singular form of Blamed?

"Blamed" itself is singular when used as a verb past tense.

Is Blamed an adverb?

No, "blamed" is not an adverb.

What is the pronunciation of Blamed?

Pronounced as "blaymd".

Which preposition is used with Blamed?

"For" as in "blamed for the mistake."

Is Blamed a noun or adjective?

As past tense, it's a verb; it can also be an adjective in some contexts.

Is Blamed an abstract noun?

No, it's not an abstract noun.

Is Blamed a collective noun?

No, "blamed" is not a collective noun.

How many syllables are in Blamed?

One syllable.

What is a stressed syllable in Blamed?

The entire word "blamed" is stressed as it's a single syllable.

Is Blamed a negative or positive word?

Generally negative, as it denotes placing fault.

Is Blamed a vowel or consonant?

The word "blamed" starts with a consonant.

Is Blamed a countable noun?

It's not typically used as a noun, but when it is (as an adjective), it's not countable.

Which article is used with Blamed?

"The" as in "the blamed individual."

How do we divide Blamed into syllables?

"Blamed" is a single syllable word.

What part of speech is Blamed?

It's primarily a verb (past tense), but can be an adjective.

Which determiner is used with Blamed?

"The" or "his/her" among others, depending on context.

What is the first form of Blamed?


What is the third form of Blamed?


Is the word Blamed imperative?

No, "blamed" is not imperative.

What is another term for Blamed?

Accused or faulted.

Is the Blamed term a metaphor?

Not inherently, though it can be used metaphorically.

What is the opposite of Blamed?

Praised or commended.

What is the second form of Blamed?


How is Blamed used in a sentence?

"She blamed him for forgetting their anniversary."
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