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accusatory

Line breaks: ac¦cusa|tory
Pronunciation: /əˈkjuːzət(ə)ri
 
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Definition of accusatory in English:

adjective

Indicating or suggesting that one believes a person has done something wrong: he pointed an accusatory finger in her direction
More example sentences
  • In fact, when this death metal band receives any recognition from the mainstream press at all, it is nearly always in the form of an accusatory finger.
  • Inspiration for the move came after hordes of late-coming executives pointed accusatory fingers at the transport system.
  • He approached me and thrust a thick, square, accusatory finger in my face.

Words that rhyme with accusatory

excusatory

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