accuser[ uh-kyoo-zer ]SEE DEFINITION OF accuser
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ACCUSER
He bent his head forward challengingly, to meet the glare of his accuser's eyes.
The accuser then stated the charge, which was admitted, or denied, by the accused.
So the judge punished their accuser, and set them both at liberty.
I pass over that it becomes not an emperor to be an accuser.
Me you have killed because you wanted to escape the accuser, and not to give an account of your lives.
Aye, but they have asked to be confronted with their accuser.
Not only shall you know the name of your accuser, but you shall be confronted by him.
You shall be his accuser; you shall see him to the scaffold.
Any tyro in the logics will tell thee that the onus of proving lies with the accuser.
My accuser declared that he had spoken civilly and properly to me, and that I had insulted him.