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Definition of the adjective accusatory
What does accusatory mean as an attribute of a noun?
- containing or expressing accusation
Alternative definition of the adjective accusatory
- Pertaining to, or containing, an accusation; "as, an 'accusatory' libel" - George Grote
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by Karen Tracy, Cornelia Ilie, Todd Sandel
This area has a great deal of overlap with political communication research on accusatory discourse by applying a rhetorical lens in examining organizational apologia and crisis response. Studies in this area have examined situations where ...
by John Fay
Fay REID'S NINE STEPS OF INTERROGATION An interview is a non- accusatory information gathering conversation during which the investigator develops investigative and behavioral information that will help to assess the veracity of ...
by Bryan A. Garner
Accusatory (= accusing; of the nature of an accusation) is occasionally confused with accusatorial, q.v. Accusative, although sometimes used in the place of accusatory, should be restricted to its grammatical sense relating to the objective case ...
Accusatory body, means a body, such as a grand jury, charged with the duty to hear evidence and determine whether a person should be charged with a crime, Black Law Dictionary, ...
Key Terms and Major Supreme Court Cases by Dean J. Champion
accusatory process. All phases commencing with the arrest of ...
Volume 20 - Nigeria: Libraries in to Oregon State University Library by Allen Kent, Harold Lancour, Jay E. Daily
Alexandre Dumas wrote lengthy adventure tales, although The Count of Monte Cristo is somewhat like the accusatory novels of Gogol and is fascinating because Dumas chooses to depict individuals who survive the most desperate of ...
by John Wilkes (of Milland House, Sussex)
ACCUSATORY, adj. That which produceth or con- taineth an accusation. — In a charge ...
by James Watson, Anne Hill
Accusatory studies previously acquired cultural habits at least to the extent that new responses are adopted in situations that previously would have evoked old ones.' Such a process produces stress and anxiety and necessarily affects the ...
Encyclopedia of Deception (2014)
by Timothy R. Levine
Accusatory Reluctance Although accusing someone of being a liar may no longer lead to fighting a duel, and may even no longer ...
Middle English Dictionary (2001)
by Hans Kurath, Sherman McAllister Kuhn, Robert E. Lewis
wreiand, accusatory, self-accusatory; (b) to make accusation against (sb., oneself), accuse, denounce; accuse (sb. or oneself of a sin, etc.); also, malign (sb.), slander; also/ig . and ...
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Scrabble value of A1C3C3U1S1A1T1O1R1Y4
The value of this 10-letter word is 17 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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