Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of accuser.

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Examples

  • 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.

    CNN Political Ticker

  • 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.

    CNN Political Ticker

  • 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.

    Blagojevich challenges prosecutor to court showdown

  • Those who refused to denounce his opinions were accused of being infidels and separatists; and they called their accusers bigoted and intolerant.

    Isaac T. Hopper

  • 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.

    FOXNews.com

  • 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.

    Georgia State Lawmaker Seeks To Redefine Rape Victims As 'Accusers'

  • 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.

    Georgia State Lawmaker Seeks To Redefine Rape Victims As 'Accusers'

  • 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.

    Pelosi: House won't take up Michael Jackson resolution

  • DAILY DELANEY DOWNER - Accused mortgage-modification fraudster Howard Shmuckler has lost the website he used to call his accusers "the real scammers."

    HUFFPOST HILL - Foghorn Barbourhorn Isn't Running

  • Among her accusers was a man who alleged she made him impotent ...

    Boing Boing

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