1. the imputation of blame
    they want all the finger-pointing about intelligence failures to stop
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How To Use finger-pointing In A Sentence

  • MO 'BITTER BLUES yahooBuzzArticleHeadline =' MO\ 'BITTER BLUES'; yahooBuzzArticleSummary = 'Article: Clarence Thomas\' autobiography, is a vivid and dramatic display of obfuscatory finger-pointing which is why it probably should be ignored. ' MO' BITTER BLUES
  • I thought you might as well hear it from me first (although I gather a certain Austrian gentleman has been circulating a rumour about it!) as I can foresee some finger-wagging, not to mention finger-pointing. C is for Coursebook (by Lindsay Clandfield) « An A-Z of ELT
  • What they have done, however, is turn the sleepy municipal bond industry into a caldron of backbiting and finger-pointing.
  • Officers won't be finger-pointing and nannying but having some banter with the teenagers.
  • I think these are issues in which finger-pointing is really an easy reaction.
  • However, finger-pointing is not going to solve what is an incredibly complex issue.
  • There is no need for us on the right to wring our hands about the finger-pointing that is happening in the media.
  • The latest in a series of hearings scrutinizing for-profit higher education also produced the most intense partisan finger-pointing to date and new data claiming many schools are a revolving door of dropouts and new recruits. For-Profit Colleges Hit Again In Senate Hearings
  • They're not interested in being nasty or finger-pointing or political.
  • But now with one quality control fiasco after another, it seems like finger-pointing for misdirection from the real problem. Smug Ugly - Anil Dash
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