Definition of 'accusatory'
Example sentences containing 'accusatory'
IN LOVE AND WAR (2001)
Sarah turned away to the oven where the casserole was cooking, aware of her daughter's accusatory stare at her back.DEATH AND TRANSFIGURATION (2001) THE LAST RAVEN (2001)
The televisions showed nonstop video of the crumpled San Onofre building, with accusatory reports about nuclear waste.FALLOUT (2001)
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Definition of accusatory from the Collins English Dictionary
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