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Definition of the adjective Accusable
What does Accusable mean as an attribute of a noun?
- Liable to be accused or censured; chargeable with a crime or fault; blamable; -- with 'of'
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A Complete Encyclopaedic Lexicon, Literary, Scientific and Technological by John Ogilvie
Nature's improvision were justly accusable, if animals, so subject unto diseases from bilious causes, should want a proper conveyance for choler. Sir T. Brownte. Accusant £ m. One who accuses. The accurant must hold him to the proof of the ...
by Abel Boyer
Accusable, a. accusable, blaxoable. - Accusat-eur, rice, s. m. éo f. accos r, informer. Accusatif, s. m. accusative, or accusative #. Accusation, s f. accusation, information, charge, imptaebment, indiciment. - Accusatoire, a. accusatory. Accusé, e ...
by Dr. Baljit Singh
accusable; :cable to be charged. charge d' affairs n. diplomatic representative. charger' n. a large strong dish. charger2 n. a war horse chariot n. a two-wheeled vehicle. charioteer n. the driver of ...
For the Use of Schools, Foreigners, &c. on the Plan of Mr. Sheridan by Stephen Jones
Chargeable upon1 any one ; accusable.
Teaching to Write and Pronounce the English Tongue with Ease and Propriety, in Wich Each Word is Accented According to Its Just and Natural Pronunciation ... with a List of Proper Names of Men and Women ..., Towich is Prefixed a Gammatical Introduction to the English Tongue by John Entick, William Crakelt
accusable, chargeable, vile [stop impéacher, f. 2 person who irripeaches or ...
by John Oswald
Accusable, accusation, uccrse. Ac - mush Accustom. Ac; coutmne. Acephulous. A ; czphale. Acerbate, accrlnty. Acerbui. Acervate. Accrzms. Acescent, nectous, acetose. Ache. Aclms. Acid, acidulte, ucitlulate. Acknowledge. Ac; MOSCOAcme.
by Louisa Pansegrouw
traduce, vilification, vilify libellous accusable, aspersive, caustic, critical, culpable, defamatory, depraved, derogatory, disapproving, disgraceful, false, injurious, malicious, maligning, satirical, scurrilous, slanderous, soiling, tainting, traducing, ...
And Sure Guide to the English Language ... by Daniel Fenning
accusable. HMPEACHMENT, s, accusation. IMPE'ARL, v.a. to form like pearls. IMPEccABILITY, f. exemption from fin. > IMPE'CCABLE, a not subječt to fin. IMPE'DE, v. a. to hinder. IMPE'DIMENT, s, hindrance. IMPE'L, v, a, ...
A general pronouncing and explanatory Dictionary of the English Language ... By G. F. and G. K. (1802)
by George KNIGHT (of Edinburgh.)
a, execrated, detestable, doomed to misery, cursed Accusable, ak-küz'a-bl. 2. blameable; culpable Accusationakkuză' hun. n, the act of accusing Accusative, ak-kü'za-tiv, n, a term of grammar, a case ...
by William Perry
accusable - - Im-pú'ta-ble-nēss, s , the quality of being imputable - Im-pu-tä'tion, s. a charge ; censure ...
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Video shows what accusable means. Liable to be accused or censured; chargeable with a crime or fault; blamable; -- with of. accusable pronunciation. How to ...
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