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Example Sentences for "fault"

You need to overlook your spouse's minor faults if you want your marriage to succeedI don't care whose fault it was; I just want somebody to clean up this mess!

It's not my fault that Pamela didn't come to the party; I tried to convince her to come, but she was in a bad mood.

You need to overlook your spouse's minor faults if you want your marriage to succeed.

One can't fault Herman for lack of effort in gym class; it's just that he's not very coordinated.

For all her faults, Vanessa is nonetheless an excellent saleswoman.

She always seems to find fault in her boyfriends; that's why her relationships never last.

It's not really the fault of anyone in particular. I think we are all to blame to some degree.

Henry Kissinger once said that the nice thing about being a celebrity is that when you bore people, they think it's their fault.

There is a Minquass proverb which states that if you see no reason for giving thanks, the fault lies in yourself.

There is a Turkish proverb which states that he who seeks a faultless friend remains friendless.

In 1266 A.D., English bakers were ordered to mark each loaf of bread with a personal sign so that if a faulty one turned up, they could tell who was responsible.

There is a large fault running along the coast of British Columbia, so we can expect to have a serious earthquake some day.

Henry Ford once said, Don't find a fault, find a remedy.

They live near the San Andreas fault, and have experienced a number of minor earthquakes over the last few years.

An old proverb notes that faults are thick where love is thin.


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