Definitions

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  • adverb In an accusatory way.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • “Well, what are you looking for?” the seller asks accusatorily.

    Down and Delirious in Mexico City

  • “Well, what are you looking for?” the seller asks accusatorily.

    Down and Delirious in Mexico City

  • “Well, what are you looking for?” the seller asks accusatorily.

    Down and Delirious in Mexico City

  • “You led me to believe that she spent three days with you, but I happen to know she was only with you for a few hours,” my sister-in-law said accusatorily.

    Gunn’s Golden Rules

  • “The other kids looked at me and were, like”—accusatorily—“‘Why are you good at basketball?’”

    Theater Geek

  • “You are crying,” he said accusatorily, touching her damp pillow with the back of his hand.

    Shadow Princess

  • I mean, in the middle of a song, Donnie stops and yells accusatorily: GURL.

    Oh That Metropolis of Steel

  • “You led me to believe that she spent three days with you, but I happen to know she was only with you for a few hours,” my sister-in-law said accusatorily.

    Gunn’s Golden Rules

  • “You are crying,” he said accusatorily, touching her damp pillow with the back of his hand.

    Shadow Princess

  • “You led me to believe that she spent three days with you, but I happen to know she was only with you for a few hours,” my sister-in-law said accusatorily.

    Gunn’s Golden Rules

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