accusatorially love

Definitions

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  • adv. By way of accusation; in an accusatorial manner; by means of a formal accuser.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adv. By way accusation.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In an accusatorial manner.

Etymologies

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From accusatorial + -ly

Examples

  • The question is often posed by drunk, drugged women, and it is always asked accusatorially, as if there is—honest to God—no reason to be angry.

    Roseanne Archy

  • Courtroom dramas often include a scene where an antagonistic prosecutor points his finger at a defendant and asks accusatorially, "Why did you kill your partner?" implying that the person -- who has pleaded not guilty -- did kill the partner.

    Jerry Weissman: "When Did You Stop Beating Your Wife?"

  • ‘Have you lost weight?’ someone called, accusatorially across the office as I turned from the printer to return to my desk.

    The Big Fat Carnival - First Edition!

  • A shirtless, belly scared, sag titted, (but nicely tanned) thousand year old man came up to me and accusatorially asked if a pile of trash (about 50 feet from us,) belonged to me.

    A WIP! and Shed and Los Feliz

  • "You're forty minutes late, Pearl," she said more pityingly than accusatorially.

    The Metrognome and other Stories

  • "You're forty minutes late, Pearl," she said more pit-yingly than accusatorially.

    The Metrognome and Other Stories

  • Probably because you never even had Chinese food, "I ranted, and then accusatorially," you're from Indiana, what kind of Chinese food do they even have in Indiana? "

    thecookscottage

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