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The accusing revelation that had come from Crane in the afternoon had been a crushing blow.

I have been accused of taking it, but have denied it, accusing no one.

This was clearly an accident, and no one thought of accusing me of any connection with it.

Adams very innocently answered, "Sir, I am far from accusing you."

He blamed himself so much, that, instead of accusing, I began to comfort him.

I'm not accusing her, and you mustn't talk about the Rev. Mr. Gloomer telling lies.

The latter said: “You must get ahead of the dragon, and prevent him from accusing you in Heaven!”

Now, at this precise moment, he was accusing this criminal of a fresh crime!

Am I to understand that you are accusing me of stealing those bonds?

"You know what it means," said the man, pointing an accusing finger at Peter.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR ACCUSING

accusatorial

adjectivepertaining to an accusation
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.