- A person who makes an accusation or charges someone with a crime or offense.
- A person who brings a charge against another person in a court of law.
From the latin word "accusare" meaning "to accuse".
- The accuser presented evidence to support their claim that the defendant had committed fraud.
- The accuser's testimony was crucial in convincing the jury to find the defendant guilty.
- The accused had the right to confront their accuser in court.
- The accuser's credibility was called into question by the defense lawyer.
- The accuser's motives were questioned by the judge.