incriminating

[ in-krim-uh-neyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF incriminating
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But my most urgent task was speedily to make way with the incriminating corpse.

Not even from Valentina could he hope for mercy, so incriminating was the note he had penned.

The incriminating confession was not on Hawk Kennedy's clothing.

Or did he go there in the hope of incriminating Morley further?

We'd have to have positive evidence that an incriminating document was in existence.

Never again in all his lifetime did the incriminating W reappear.

The most she had hoped to discover were incriminating papers.

No—it's incriminating, but not sufficient evidence to convict.

They could not, of course, go on with this incriminating vehicle.

Her other arm was held behind her back with incriminating care.

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