Examples of accusatory
The accusatory report also says Whisper feeds user data to researchers and stalks individuals it believes to be prominent figures.
(Tech Times - Personal Tech, )
Nothing cranks an ordinary domestic up to a full-blown screaming match like someone going into labour midway through an accusatory sentence.
(The Independent - Arts & Entertainment, )
Le Pen, accused of inciting hatred against Muslims, turned what was meant as an accusatory stage into a full-throated platform for her far-right views.
(The New York Times - World News, )
I’m not pointing an accusatory finger at parents but I’ve seen kids turning up literally with a fizzy drink and a slice of white bread with chocolate paste on it.
(The Independent - People, )
Amid the fallout of John Oliver's heated exchange with Dustin Hoffman, Alec Baldwin has suggested that once "chit chat"-orientated talk shows are becoming too political and accusatory.
(Christopher Hooton in The Independent - Arts & Entertainment, )
Donald Trump's demeanor at the outset was very much unlike that of the first debate and much more like his demeanor at one of his rallies: aggressive, angry, accusatory, trafficking in conspiracy theories.
(Philip Bump in The Independent - World News, )
A senior Salvation Army officer, whose husband, also an officer, sexually assaulted a young girl, later sent an accusatory Facebook message to a whistleblower, the royal commission into child-sex abuse has heard.
(Sydney Morning Herald - National, )
Amounting to two-plus hours of conspiracy theorist porn, “The American Media & the Second Assassination of President John F. Kennedy,” directed and narrated by John Barbour, proves to be as long-winded as its accusatory title.
(Los Angeles Times - Movies Now, )
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