Accusation (noun)

A charge or claim that someone has done something illegal or wrong.

Origin:

Late middle english: from latin accusatio(n-), from accusare "call to account" (see accuse).

Examples:

  1. He made a formal accusation against the police.
  2. The accusations against him were false.
  3. The company faces accusations of price fixing.
  4. He was arrested on suspicion of assault, but the accusation was later dropped.
  5. She strongly denies the accusations of misconduct.
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