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accusatory [əˈkjuːzətərɪ]
[+remark] acusatorio
Internal, accusatory dialogues are commonplace The beleaguered ex-Chancellor has been firing off accusatory letters to Tory editors for months They began pointing at the faces ducking behind the windows, and unleashed a taunt, both accusatory and ferocious: "Scab! Scab! Scab!"
[+glance, gesture, manner] acusador
Brian gave Michael an accusatory glance Her blue eyes took on an unblinking, accusatory stare "And what's more," he added, waggling an accusatory finer at Sugar, "your music's crap and you're ugly!" Approach him in a sensitive, loving way rather than in an accusatory, hostile manner
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