- Making or implying an accusation; tending to blame or accuse.
- Having the nature or purpose of an accusation.
Mid 17th century: from latin accusatorius, from accusare "accuse".
- He gave her an accusatory look.
- The accusatory tone of her voice made him feel guilty.
- The letter contained some accusatory statements.
- The victim's family made accusatory remarks towards the perpetrator.
- The accusatory evidence against the suspect was strong.