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accusatory

adjective uk   /əˈkjuː.zə.tər.i/ /ˌæk.jʊˈzeɪ-/  us   /-tɔːr.i/ formal
suggesting that you think someone has done something bad: When he spoke his tone was accusatory. She gave me an accusatory look.
Translations of “accusatory”
in Chinese (Traditional) 指控的, 指責的, 譴責的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 指控的, 指责的, 谴责的…
(Definition of accusatory from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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