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The idea, here, is that a person charged with some offense tries to discredit the accuser by charging them with a similar one or bringing up a different issue altogether—none of which is relevant to the original accusation.
They also may use lawyers or legal advisers to cross-examine their accuser.
The right honourable Baronet who comes forward as the accuser on this occasion is really accusing himself.
He had in vain offered to fight his accuser, Sir Richard Southwell, in his shirt.
OLD AND NEW LONDONWALTER THORNBURY
The old covenant was an accuser, and a judge, but offered no pardon to the guilty.
CHRISTMAS EVANSPAXTON HOOD
He who plunged into the sacred river shall take the house of his accuser.
ARCHOLOGY AND THE BIBLEGEORGE A. BARTON
Cecil looked both of them full in the eyes—both his accuser and his friend.
UNDER TWO FLAGSOUIDA [LOUISE DE LA RAMEE]
This seasonable interposition silenced the accuser; but it was long before the neophyte could venture to appear at the club.
Hester usually answered in his defence, but sometimes would not condescend to justify him to such an accuser.
WEIGHED AND WANTINGGEORGE MACDONALD
The accuser, a man of ripe age, contemplates the tribunal confidently.

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