not responsible

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An accident, for which he was not responsible, delayed him on his errand.
The next day Sarah showed Schulenberg a neat card on which the menu was beautifully typewritten with the viands temptingly marshalled under their right and proper heads from "hors d'oeuvre" to "not responsible for overcoats and umbrellas."
Now I am a millionaire, and P--'s son, a noble young man who is not responsible for the faults of his careless and forgetful father, is wearing himself out giving ill-paid lessons.
No, God was not responsible. She could have made a better world herself--a finer, squarer world.
He said that women should look out for themselves, that the fellow who went out with a girl was not responsible for what happened.
He was not responsible. The clay of him had been so moulded in the making.
I am not responsible for the successful working of the machinery of society.
"Creatures who habitually say yes to everything a man proposes, when no one can oblige them to say it, and when it is so often fatal, are plainly not responsible beings."
The one drawback I can discover is caused by a misfortune for which she is not responsible -- the misfortune of having a sister who is utterly unworthy of her.
He was telling me this morning that, tired of letting his property lie dormant in Italy, which is a dead nation, he wished to find a method, either in France or England, of multiplying his millions, but remember, that though I place great confidence in Busoni, I am not responsible for this."
This city, which is absolutely unsuited to the poet-author of 'Zarathustra', and for the choice of which I was not responsible, made me inordinately miserable.
"We're not responsible for all the cranks who choose to lodge in the same house with us."