accusatory

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From accuse +‎ -atory, or borrowed from Latin accūsātōrius.

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accusatory (comparative more accusatory, superlative most accusatory)

  1. pertaining to, or containing, an accusation [from the early 17th c.]
    • George Grote
      This conclusion will certainly be strengthened by reading the accusatory speech composed by Deinarchus []

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