accusingly

[ UK /ɐkjˈuːzɪŋli/ ]
[ US /əkˈjuzɪŋɫi/ ]
ADVERB
  1. in an accusing manner
    he looked at her accusingly
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How To Use accusingly In A Sentence

  • You know I don't trust myself to keep it all in my head,' she said accusingly. KICK BACK
  • Hardly had I seated myself when my eyes beheld a child staring accusingly at me.
  • Pharaoh's features had been pre, image in every deta ty in this extraordinary work of art. served for all eterni ed in silent wonder into the obsidian and rock They star crystal eyes of Pharaoh, and Pharaoh gazed back at them sadly, almost accusingly it was a long time before either of them could summon the head thecourag6 and presumption to lift it away from did so, they found further of the mummy. The Seventh Scroll
  • You know I don't trust myself to keep it all in my head,' she said accusingly. KICK BACK
  • He threw the paper down on his desk and glowered at me accusingly: Well?
  • Michael, never a passionate animal lover, turned his gaze to his mother and raised an eyebrow accusingly.
  • he looked at her accusingly
  • Alas, it sits here accusingly beside me, nary a word of it having been transcribed into type. 2009 December « Becca’s Byline
  • The monumental bust, The Last Roman, looks on accusingly.
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