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Synonyms for accusing

containing or expressing accusation

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Let the two rival political camps know that they are responsible for the attacks, victims and damage," he said accusingly.
It's sadly gathering dust in the corner with the red light staring back accusingly at me like a lost Dalek.
The woman brandishes a finger at the first cop and says accusingly, "And I'll bet that liar told you I was speeding too
The model then suddenly looks at the camera and accusingly asks the viewers whether they were thinking about "f***g" her with something that's been inside a horse.
I could not find her around all that day, Thought my naughty puss might have gone astray, Later I went into the downstairs loo, And there was my puss looking accusingly too.
A mess of what I can only describe as squishy, grey seafood that looked like brain matter arrived on a bed of stone-cold, reeking seaweed, huge langoustines winking their eyes at me accusingly.
My son looked at me accusingly and said: "I told you I needed my computer.
For example, Representative Gohmert points accusingly to the fact that "the administration continues to bow down before groups associated with the goal of 'destroying Western civilisation from within'" - by which he means that the administration apologised to Muslims in the Quran-burning incident in Afghanistan.
Having characters point accusingly to comfortably seated politicians and Bourgeoisie is another well-tested epic-theatre technique.
Earth and Carole E Buster Books, Book signing: February 16, 12pm 2a The Cardiff "He was really an obnoxious child," Carole continues, eyeing John accusingly, him nodding in agreement.
If McLeish is to avoid joining his predecessor counting his compensation in the foreseeable future, then his players need to pull their fingers out rather than point them accusingly at the latest scapegoat in the dugout.
I bet you couldn't even care less if he won," I was asked accusingly.
As every eye turned accusingly in my direction, I desperately searched for a corner to bury myself.
You ate the cookies so you wouldn't have to share," Ralph said accusingly.
The knives in Grant's back have usually been wielded this season by boardroom assassins but at Goodison yesterday the Israeli looked accusingly towards the heavens after his Hammers side was robbed of victory.