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Definition of "self-accusation" [self-accusation]

  • The act of accusing one's self. (noun)

The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)

Use "self-accusation" in a sentence
  • "(Naturally, all of this was only enough to get Mr. Hosni “accused” of anti-semitism by the New York Times, self-accusation not actually being enough to convict.)"
  • "See Mapp and its progeny. (also, the “cruel trilemma” of perjury, self-accusation or contempt of court mentioned in Andreson)."
  • "The advice might vary each time, but the basic self-accusation is presumed sincere."