Scapegoat in a sentence

Use Scapegoat in a sentence

Scapegoat meaning and collocations;

Meaning: [noun] person on whom blame is placed for faults of
others ;

In 1506, a months-long plague caused people to look for scapegoats for the misfortune.

She added: “We cannot make refugees the scapegoats for the murders in Paris.”

Defense attorneys argued the investors were greedy and used Lucas as a scapegoat for their bad deals.

He was charged with conspiring with other traders – but he says he was made a scapegoat for a common practice.

They need a scapegoat for their failed policies.

Migrant workers, particularly from neighboring Myanmar, have been used as scapegoats for crimes in Thailand before.

Generally, when something goes wrong, the EU is a convenient scapegoat used by national governments for implementing unpopular policies.

If the plan fails, Yuda would be used as the political scapegoat to destroy evidence of Oboro’s plot.