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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.
During the joint press conference with Merkel on Monday, a journalist asked Merkel her views on freedom of the press and the ongoing violence in southeast Turkey, which prompted Davutoy-lu to say "accusatory remarks spoken in front of the Turkish prime minister" prove the existence of freedom of the press in the country.
When we talk about inquisitorial system and accusatory system, we should be in front of materials that still build them.
Even those at the top of the field sometimes trip over their nerves, are thrown by their emotions, over-think what by now ought to come naturally, get cocky or accusatory, let the puck slip into the net or the skis go askew, or fail to medal, even though when they first stepped foot in Sochi, they were pure gold.
Many people are prepared to help in these situations so perhaps M WalKer should maKe sure he/she is in full possession of the facts before writing in a slightly accusatory tone of the church, Mission and charitable causes.
Lead singer Louisa Rachel Solomon is accusatory, but not judgmental.
While some nuances will work best for locals, "Rooftops" combines choral complexity with accusatory critique, and deserves lest attention along with Francophone theatrical play.
Two hungry boys directed accusatory stares at their wee sister sleeping in her pram as we trudged on.
The delegation spent almost the entire meeting making provocative, accusatory remarks, and disregarding information provided by the most senior officials," the ministry said.
AN international human rights group has been slammed for making "unsupported accusatory statements" in a report about Bahrain'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.
Abdullah Hussain Haroon has said Afghanistan should "take a leaf out of India's book" and learn from the "enormous maturity" it has shown in dealing with issues, instead of being "accusatory towards Pakistan."