accusatory


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ac·cu·sa·to·ry

 (ə-kyo͞o′zə-tôr′ē) also ac·cu·sa·to·ri·al (-tôr′ē-əl)
adj.
Containing or implying accusation: an accusatory glare.

ac·cu′sa·to′ri·ly adv.

ac•cu•sa•to•ry

(əˈkyu zəˌtɔr i, -ˌtoʊr i)

adj.
containing an accusation; accusing: an accusatory look.
[1595–1605; < Latin]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.accusatory - containing or expressing accusationaccusatory - containing or expressing accusation; "an accusitive forefinger"; "black accusatory looks"; "accusive shoes and telltale trousers"- O.Henry; "his accusing glare"
inculpative, inculpatory - causing blame to be imputed to

accusatory

accusatory

adjective
Containing, relating to, or involving an accusation:
Translations
обвинителен
vádlóvádoló

accusatory

[əˈkjuːzətərɪ] ADJ [remark] → acusatorio; [glance, gesture, manner] → acusador

accusatory

[əˈkjuːzətəri ˌækjʊˈzeɪtəri] adj (= accusing) [look, remark, tone, voice, manner] → accusateur/trice

accusatory

adjanklagend
References in classic literature ?
Stop him!" The cattle came upon me with like suddenness, staring out of their eyes, and steaming out of their nostrils, "Holloa, young thief!" One black ox, with a white cravat on - who even had to my awakened conscience something of a clerical air - fixed me so obstinately with his eyes, and moved his blunt head round in such an accusatory manner as I moved round, that I blubbered out to him, "I couldn't help it, sir!
'I may be hypersensitive,' she said, dropping her voice from the accusatory register to the lower tones of pathos, 'but I have such high ideals of love.
A man arrived yesterday from Yanina, bringing a formidable array of documents; and when we hesitated to publish the accusatory article, he told us it should be inserted in some other paper."
'O, my dear sir!' said Mrs Gowan, smiling and shaking her head with accusatory intelligence, 'they were well understood by me, I assure you.'
To show that they were fond of it and loved it; and that there was not one ugly, wicked or accusatory creature to claim knowledge of it--none but their playful and approving selves.
NNA - "Future" parliamentary bloc on Tuesday rejected the implication of the justice system in the ongoing political tension, and deprecated trade of barbs and accusatory rhetoric.
"It is imperative that all parties involved in this crisis refrain from taking accusatory approaches and deepening the internal hatred and lack of trust between various groups, and help end the crisis through adopting political and democratic approaches that promote dialogue between groups," he said.
'As journalists, we should try to not use accusatory words but rather those that encourage them to seek treatment'.
The documentary "Leaving Neverland" may complicate Sony's (SNE) ability to profit from a $250M 7-year distribution agreement for Michael Jackson's music, which it made before AT&T's (T) HBO released the accusatory film, as music industry executives say there could be a negative effect on sales and commercial use of Jackson's music, reports Wall Street Journal reporters Anne Steele and John Jurgensen, citing a person familiar with the matter.
New Delhi took no time in pointing accusatory fingers - as it always do whenever something goes wrong in the IoK - at Islamabad.
However, according to a story published in a national daily, the management of the college had stated that such a letter was sent out to all those students whose attendance was less than 75% and did not have any accusatory tone.
From where they came and why are they receiving treatment in your hospitals?" Ghani had questioned while making accusatory statements.