accusingly


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ac·cuse

(ə-kyo͞oz′)
v. ac·cused, ac·cus·ing, ac·cus·es
v. tr.
1. To charge with a shortcoming or error.
2. To charge formally with a wrongdoing.
v. intr.
To make a charge of wrongdoing against another.

[Middle English acusen, ultimately (party via Old French acuser) from Latin accūsāre : ad-, ad- + causa, lawsuit; see cause.]

ac·cus′er n.
ac·cus′ing·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.accusingly - in an accusing manneraccusingly - in an accusing manner; "he looked at her accusingly"
Translations
szemrehányóanvádlóanvádolva

accusingly

[əˈkjuːzɪŋlɪ] ADV [say] → en tono acusador
she looked at me accusinglyme lanzó una mirada acusadora
she pointed at Derek accusinglyseñaló a Derek con un dedo acusador

accusingly

[əˈkjuːzɪŋli] adv [say, ask] → d'un ton accusateur; [look, point] → d'un air accusateur

accusingly

adv say, lookanklagend

accusingly

[əˈkjuːzɪŋlɪ] advcon fare d'accusa
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There was a query in her voice, and she faced me accusingly, as though I were guilty of the deed, or at least a party to it.
as usual, but at once began to cry, talking very fast in her own language, pointing to her feet which were tied up in rags, and looking about accusingly at everyone.
Harriwell bellowed, pointing accusingly at the omelet.
Numb fingers pointed accusingly at Arsene Wenger, sheltering deep within his dugout, while the City fans sang that it "was just like Wembley".
I'm that no apologised "I was shaking when the doctor looked at me accusingly and said one of her parents, Adrian or I, must have suffering violently twisted and pulled our baby's arm.
What international community is that when it is shaken by a simple terrorist attack here or there but not by the slaughter practiced by a terrorist regime par excellence," Jisr said accusingly.
The acrobatics of a macaque resembled an Olympic gymnast on the rings - that is, until it fell off and glared over accusingly.
I eat my meal whilst the over priced bottle of wine stares at me, accusingly and unfinished.
Pea protein, chia seeds, agave nectar and coconut water all now sit accusingly on my kitchen counter.
There it remained, with one eye staring up at me, accusingly.
They stared accusingly from the mirror as I bathed them with cold water, forcing me to focus on the image of someone I had come to despise.