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counter-accusation

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Definition of counter-accusation in English:

noun

An accusation made in turn by someone against their accuser: the entire saga was made up of accusation and counter-accusation
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  • There have been insinuations, accusations, denials and counter-accusations.
  • Accusations and counter-accusations of all sorts were flying around in the heat of the debate.
  • In the following days, the assembly was dominated by accusations and counter-accusations that disrupted deliberations on an emergency budget package.

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