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accusatory

adjective contemptuous, decrying, deprecatory, derogative, derogatory, disparaging, disapproving, incriminatory, inculpatory, pejorative
Associated concepts: accusatory instrument, grand jury, prosecution
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At the conclusion of his accusatory decision, Judge Ghaida requested life in prison with hard labor for the five suspects in question.
The delegation spent almost the entire meeting making provocative, accusatory remarks, and disregarding information provided by the most senior officials," the ministry said.
MANAMA: Bahrain has questioned the credibility of an international human rights group after it made "unsupported accusatory statements" about the country's police force.
According to Lohan's attorney, Mark Jay Heller, Lohan did not have to appear in court since there was no accusatory document.
I wish President Karzai could take a leaf out of the Indian book, instead of being accusatory towards Pakistan," The News quoted Haroon, as saying.
Instead of conducting accusatory interrogations, officers ought to seek as much information as possible and scour it for inconsistencies.
He then sent the company accusatory emails, leading to the May 25 message threatening to go to their head office and shoot people.
The accusatory form of this complaint is usually a comment that makes a clear assertion of negligence or a neglectful deed, e.
It is right they lost their jobs, it is right they apologised and it is right there has been such a debate, but we mustn't let the debate turn into accusatory statements against any gender.
However, when a few minutes later the mummy's curse struck again, Sanders was much less sympathetic firing accusatory looks to the mixing desk and stage hands.
Additional information about how to use nonthreatening "I" messages instead of an excess of accusatory speech, the skill of active listening, and how to effectively communicate through technological venues.
But hold on a minute: if we're all gleefully pointing accusatory fingers, what were we doing about it at the time?