accusatory

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Synonyms for accusatory

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containing, relating to, or involving an accusation

Synonyms for accusatory

containing or expressing accusation

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Misty doe-eyes stare accusatorily from every corner of the gallery.
Pros: Eccleston and Piper enjoy a witty, flirty chemistry: "The entire world revolves around you," she accusatorily scolds him; he replies, "Sort of, yeah.
In The New York Times Magazine April 29 and on CBS' "60 Minutes II" May 1, a raid he had conducted on the Vietnamese village of Thanh Phong in 1969 had been vividly and accusatorily recounted.
But Weisenburger finds the painting's inaccuracy troubling: the woman angrily and accusatorily faces her white captors, but the victim is her young boy, not an infant girl (in fact, Garner killed her two-year-old first and only wounded her older boys before she was dragged away).