recriminate


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Related to recriminate: surreptitious, uxorious, recriminatory, repudiate
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return an accusation against someone or engage in mutual accusations

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If they are choosing to do so, it will be at their own cost," Ms Khar said, adding that "anything which is said about an ally, about a partner, publicly to recriminate it, to humiliate it, is not acceptable".
If you go away and the irrigation fails, you come home to brown bushes that, in their last parched hour, recriminate you.
make an unfounded REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] countercharge 1978: make unfounded countercharges; put the blame on one's victim: recriminate zai jie zai li [TEXT NOT 2009: F.
The Catholic hierarchy has protected this reigning moral standard, using the pulpit and its power to recriminate people and deny them their sexual and reproductive rights, while at the same time protecting their members who have been sexually irresponsible.
T]he trial court's order, to the extent it requires appellants to recriminate themselves, violates appellants' Fifth Amendment rights and is unenforceable.
Let's be totally straight about this, maybe she could recriminate him or something.
It is difficult for him to see where he has gone astray, and, with his pride in himself and disdain for others, it is even more difficult for Toomey to regret rather than recriminate, to assume blame rather than to place blame.
She then mocks the 'spectacle' offered in the study where an 'impertinent' and 'contemptible' group of 'chatterboxes' made up of Dominican monks, soldiers, and senior members of the Tristan family had gathered, terrified, to recriminate and praise their leader, General Nieto, according to whether he was winning or losing the battle.
Shakespearian Textual Criticism and Representation of Scholarly Activity, 1725-1765', especially when it appears under the learned imprint of the Clarendon Press, signals the very commitment to historical scholarship, finely nuanced distinctions of logic, and scrupulously footnoted and bibliographed acknowledgements to authority that silently recriminate patrician bellelettristes.
In the quotation at the beginning of this section, List refers evidently to Smith's first exception to unhampered exchange: not only does he recriminate against the exorbitant privileges the Crown granted itself through the Navigation Act, but he also prepares and tends the logical terrain on which to erect the foundations of protectionism.
To uphold and to appeal, to attack and to recriminate, literature produced by exiles has constituted a mode of resistance.