crimination

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Borrowed from Latin criminatio, criminationis.

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crimination (countable and uncountable, plural criminations)

  1. An accusation of wrongdoing, a recrimination
    • 1837, William Hickling Prescott, History of the Reign of Ferdinand and Isabella
      [] and when the ambassadors, after a fruitless attempt at negotiation, which evaporated in mutual crimination and recrimination, set out on their return to Aragon, they were twice detained, []

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