Accusatorially


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Ac`cu`sa`to´ri`al`ly


adv.1.By way accusation.
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I came different Actor Rami explained: "[The professor] starts looking at me kind of accusatorially like, 'Where the hell did you come up with that?
to others "You're not from round here are you love," they boom, slightly accusatorially.
She'd gained weight since Las Vegas by yielding to an increased appetite, getting up in the night to raid cupboards, Rusty watching her accusatorially. But in Las Vegas, she'd been unable to eat, and had watched Frances, her cheeks full and pink, go at her food with gusto.