accusing

[ UK /ɐkjˈuːzɪŋ/ ]
[ US /əkˈjuzɪŋ/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  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 accusing In A Sentence

  • Inevitably, there are concerns about cheating, with the accusing finger as usual pointing at Ferrari.
  • Hundreds of angry Malawians hounded a senior political figure from his house and stoned him [though not fatally] late Wednesday, accusing him of harboring vampires.
  • So what better way of proving her wrong than sticking her personal Myspace pics all over his site, libellously accusing her of being a porn star, and calling her an ugly old slack-fannied man in drag although, even in the worst pics he could dig up, I'm quite sure she's a damn sight foxier than he ever will be. The Haters of Roissy 3 : Bad Obsession
  • So what better way of proving her wrong than sticking her personal Myspace pics all over his site, libellously accusing her of being a porn star, and calling her an ugly old slack-fannied man in drag although, even in the worst pics he could dig up, I'm quite sure she's a damn sight foxier than he ever will be. Archive 2009-08-01
  • To be a muddle-headed aesthete, even to be interested in the aesthetic qualities of literature at all, has long been anathema to a certain kind of critic, grounds for accusing writers of being morally deficient, but why, for example, would it probably not occur to these critics to declare, say, composers too interested in art, too attentive to the needs of form over those of morality? Narrative Strategies
  • Asgard had seen the accusing look in Terian's face and could not meet the familiar sapphire blue eyes that suddenly smoldered with hatred.
  • And the Government has lashed out at the Opposition for airing the criticisms, accusing them of trying to score cheap political points.
  • You know what I mean - the big stack, lying there, staring at you, their disarrayed spines accusing you ... make them stop! Jilly Gagnon: Those Books You REALLY Mean to Get Around to Reading...No, REALLY
  • Accusing Alex had simply been a way of avoiding her own guilt and Anna's, bloody Anna's.
  • Plenty of distraught candidates have gone to court accusing the voting machines of miscounting their votes, but to little avail.
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