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- v. Present participle of accuse.
- adj. Accusatory.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. serving to accuse; expressing accusation.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. containing or expressing accusation
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I think this is what you call accusing your enemies of your own worst sins. an unconcerned deity
Among the nations which unite in accusing these defendants the United States is perhaps in a position to be the most dispassionate, for, having sustained the least injury, it is perhaps the least animated by vengeance.
Thankfully this is (literally? actually?) less harmful than Palin accusing Obama of attempted murder through death panels.
Evans released a statement recently demanding Pelosi's resignation as speaker because of what he called her "grossly irresponsible behavior" in accusing the CIA of not being truthful about what was said during a security briefing back in 2002.
The Sunni leader, who recently tried to mend relations with Syria by stating he had been wrong in accusing Syria of his father's murder, reaffirmed his commitment to the Special Tribunal for Lebanon (STL) over the killing of his father and defied Hezbollah's demand that Lebanon officially accuse Israel of the murder.
Also, Obama would've lost face if he said that he was wrong in accusing Bush of war crimes and he could not admit that he was wrong.
WASHINGTON (CNN) – National Democrats wasted no time in accusing Sarah Palin of abandoning her state after the Alaska governor revealed Friday that she was resigning from office.
National Democrats wasted no time in accusing Sarah Palin of abandoning her state after the Alaska governor revealed Friday that she was resigning from office.
But it also behooves us to be very cautious in accusing someone of racism. sensible Cape Coral FL
House Minority Leader John Boehner (R-OH) has sent a letter to PhRMA CEO Billy Tauzin accusing him of “appeasement” for agreeing with the White House to support reform legislation in exchange for certain profit protections.
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