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Definition of Accusatory
Accusatory Ac*cu"sa*to*ry, a. [L. accusatorius, fr. accusare.]
Pertaining to, or containing, an accusation; as, an
accusatory libel. --Grote.
Meaning of Accusatory from wikipedia
- others, forcing
them to cower
and submit; verbally cutting
and scathing, accusatory
and destructive; intentionally
surly, abusive, inhumane, unmerciful. Enforcing...
- German author
for an intimate
and strongly accusatory
his father, Hans Frank, the **** lawyer
- time Newton suffered
a nervous breakdown which included sending
wild accusatory letters
to his friends Samuel Pepys
and John Locke—his note to the latter...
- doesn't involve
a jury: a preliminary
hearing. Grand juries perform
functions. The investigatory functions
- Many critics
in noting similarities between
"Brave" and Katy Perry's "Roar", released
- insufficient regard
to evidence" and "the use of unfair investigatory
or accusatory methods
opposition". Webster's Third
- their great
record. I don't like my words
when I listen
to it. They are accusatory
and condescending, not fully thought
out, and too easy to misconstrue"...
- United States
1998, Martin McDonagh
of accusatory billboards about
as "raging and...
- "particularly confronting display
of resistance, defiance, individual control
blame"; it is "a rebuke
to I-statements and you-statements by adolescents found
you-statements evoked greater anger
and a greater inclination
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