Definition of Accusatory. Meaning of Accusatory. Synonyms of Accusatory

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Definition of Accusatory

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

- German author and journalist best known for an intimate and strongly accusatory book about his father, Hans Frank, the lawyer who became Governor-General...
- published from the late 1960s onward. His works are characterized by highly accusatory and vulgar attacks on various subjects, often making use of phrases like...
- others, forcing them to cower and submit; verbally cutting and scathing, accusatory and destructive; intentionally surly, abusive, inhumane, unmerciful. Enforcing...
- not involve a jury: a preliminary hearing. Grand juries perform both accusatory and investigatory functions. The investigatory functions of grand juries...
- for days. It involves auditory and visual hallucinations, most commonly accusatory or threatening voices. The risk of developing alcoholic hallucinosis is...
- Mark Dobrescu Edited by Dov Samuel Production companies CineTel Films Accusatory Productions Corus Entertainment Rampage Entertainment Distributed by First...
- with fact analysis, followed by the behavior analysis interview (a non-accusatory interview designed to develop investigative and behavioral information)...
- dark apartment. Certain Thorwald killed the dog, Jeff has Lisa slip an accusatory note under his door so he can observe Thorwald's reaction reading it....
- ongoing affair. The relationship in the film brings about not only the accusatory scene, when the sheriff—disappointed that Mona has broken her promise...
- "particularly confronting display of resistance, defiance, individual control and accusatory blame"; it is "a rebuke and statement of uncaring relations, unmet needs...
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