[ US /əkˈjuzəˌtɔɹi/ ]
[ UK /ɐkjˈuːzətəɹˌi/ ]
  1. containing or expressing accusation
    his accusing glare
    black accusatory looks
    accusive shoes and telltale trousers
    an accusative forefinger
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How To Use accusatory In A Sentence

  • Ignoring their needs and interests and pointing accusatory fingers won't help.
  • The televisions showed nonstop video of the crumpled San Onofre building, with accusatory reports about nuclear waste. FALLOUT
  • A balled-up fist reaches out, one finger pointed in an accusatory jab towards you.
  • If Rowling had written it, it would be called an Unforgivable, the Broken Heart Curse, to be hit with a hex that forces you to relive your greatest regrets in magnified, accusatory glory. All in a day « Love | Peace | Ohana
  • Next time I hear that accusatory voice, I'm going to pretend I've contracted a sudden case of selective deafness.
  • He pointed an accusatory finger at the television medium for aggressively promoting films made for the market.
  • It will be a pointing, accusatory finger and a baleful cry of ‘we told you so’.
  • Richard Lyons told reporters following his daughter's slaying that detectives made "accusatory" comments to him, which led him to hire a lawyer. Two Years Later, Charges In The Murder That Shook Chicago
  • As much as I despise Kerry, I don't think that finger was pointed in an "accusatory" manner. PR Blunder Number 2324
  • Under this kind of accusatory and aggressive questioning, a reasonable person in (Oney's) position would not have felt able to interrupt the questioning and leave the interview. Barre/Montpelier Region
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