From fault +‎ -worthy.


faultworthy (comparative more faultworthy, superlative most faultworthy)

  1. Worthy of fault or blame; blameworthy; fallible.
    • 1829, John Wilson, A dissertation on the origin, nature, functions, and order of the Priesthood of Christ:
      It is not meant by this passage to be insinuated, that the people of God can do nothing faultworthy, or that they do not commit actions which afford reason for bringing a charge against them, and are in their own nature deserving of condemnation.