Accusatory (adjective)

  1. Making or implying an accusation; tending to blame or accuse.
  2. Having the nature or purpose of an accusation.

Origin:

Mid 17th century: from latin accusatorius, from accusare "accuse".

Examples:

  1. He gave her an accusatory look.
  2. The accusatory tone of her voice made him feel guilty.
  3. The letter contained some accusatory statements.
  4. The victim's family made accusatory remarks towards the perpetrator.
  5. The accusatory evidence against the suspect was strong.
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