- n. Plural form of accuser.
“Blagojevich threw down the gauntlet during a defiant news conference Tuesday, in which he called his accusers "liars" and "cowards," and directly challenged U.S.”
“Those who refused to denounce his opinions were accused of being infidels and separatists; and they called their accusers bigoted and intolerant.”
“The Associated Press does not normally publish the name of accusers in sexual assault cases unless they agree to be named or identify themselves publicly, as Fierro has done.”
“In fact, he has introduced a bill mandating that state criminal codes refer to these people as, simply, "accusers" -- until there's a conviction in the matter.”
“As the days have come and gone, events surrounding Jackson are gaining more clarity, and its starting to look like his accusers are the evil ones here.”
“DAILY DELANEY DOWNER - Accused mortgage-modification fraudster Howard Shmuckler has lost the website he used to call his accusers "the real scammers.”
“Among her accusers was a man who alleged she made him impotent ...”
“One of her accusers was a man who said she put a curse on him.”
“Among her accusers was a man who alleged she made him impotent.”
“One of his accusers was a female Air Force person who insisted on having been groped by Tower when he could prove he was on another continent.”
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