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Ad Council researchers also found that some possible messaging approaches, such as encouraging Americans to be vaccinated because it’s “the right thing to do,” were rejected as pushy or accusatory in surveyed groups.
Biddy got up at this, as if the accusatory tone prompted her to place herself generously at his side.
THE TRAGIC MUSEHENRY JAMES
He darted accusatory finger at the disconsolate pair where they stood gazing down upon the place of Crymble's sepulture.
Other times, other manners; accusatory declamation is simply a luxury of Old Age!
CONFESSIONS OF A BOOK-LOVERMAURICE FRANCIS EGAN
As Kennedy's voice rang out, more and more accusatory, Rita Tourville became more and more uncontrollably nervous.
THE SOCIAL GANGSTERARTHUR B. REEVE
The spirit of the old accusatory procedure was applied to the new procedure by inquest.
You—hum—you think,' said Mr Dorrit, with an accusatory emphasis, 'that I am not looking well.'
LITTLE DORRITCHARLES DICKENS
From Billy's shocked young lips the word dropped with a ringing force that was at once accusatory and prohibitive.
MISS BILLY'S DECISIONELEANOR H. PORTER
The stump of her bowsprit, the accusatory finger of the dead, pointed at the sky.
OLD JUNKH. M. TOMLINSON
Miss Thankful dropped her accusatory tone, and attempted cajolery.
THE MAYOR'S WIFEANNA KATHERINE GREEN

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