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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
- German author
for an intimate
and strongly accusatory
his father, Hans Frank, the **** lawyer
- others, forcing
them to cower
and submit; verbally cutting
and scathing, accusatory
and destructive; intentionally
surly, abusive, inhumane, unmerciful. Enforcing...
- United States
1998, Martin McDonagh
of accusatory billboards about
as "raging and...
form of preliminary
hearing. Grand juries perform
functions. The investigatory functions
- 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...
- Rant's Michael Edward Taylor draws allusions between
and the accusatory
and McCarthyism, as the film conveys
an anti-communist fear...
- with Fact Analysis, followed
by the Behavior Analysis Interview
(a non-accusatory interview designed
to develop investigative
- for days. It involves auditory
hallucinations, most commonly accusatory
voices. The risk of developing alcoholic hallucinosis
- insufficient regard
to evidence" and "the use of unfair investigatory
or accusatory methods
opposition". Webster's Third
Mexico, the two never
met again. After
and accusatory letters
from Litsa lambasting
and husband, Callas
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