Accuse (verb)

  1. To blame or criticize someone for something, often in a formal or official way.
  2. To charge someone with a crime or wrongdoing.
  3. To assert that someone is responsible for something.
  4. To assert that someone has done something wrong or illegal.
  5. To bring an accusation against someone.

Origin:

Late middle english: from old french acuser, from latin accusare "call to account", from ad- "to" + causa "cause, case".

Examples:

  1. The police accused him of theft.
  2. She accused him of lying.
  3. He was accused of murder.
  4. The company accused the employees of embezzlement.
  5. She accused him of not keeping his promise.
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