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The Buzzword of the Day for 03/07/2014 is:culpable (adjective) \KUL-puh-bul\ What does it mean? : deserving blameHow do you use it? Majorie argued that she wasn't culpable of breaking the window -- her baseball did it. Are you a word wiz? In Chaucer's _The Canterbury Tales_, a character named Melibeus identifies something that makes a person culpable. His statement begins: "For the law provides that he is culpable who . . ." How do you think his statement ends? A. ". . . gives generously to the poor who populate the town." B. ". . . interferes or meddles with what does not concern him." C. ". . . fights to protect the rights of those without a voice." D. ". . . trembles before one worthy of utmost respect." Check your answer on Word Central.