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Definition of "accusations" []

  • An allegation that a person is guilty of some fault, offence, or crime; imputation (noun)
  • A formal charge brought against a person stating the crime that he is alleged to have committed (noun)
  • Plural form of accusation. (noun)

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Use "accusations" in a sentence
  • "Additionally, Denver political analyst Floyd Ciruli told 9news that McInnis's response to the allegations, in which he called the accusations of plagiarism "a non-issue," would spell the end of his campaign."
  • "CHANCE: They're refusing to comment on what they call accusations coming from Georgia, a government in which they say they have no confidence."
  • "Reducing rape and false accusations is less important than maintaining coed dorms for those who think they need them, though, so never mind."