Liable to be accused or censured; chargeable with a crime or fault; blamable; -- with of(adjective)
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Use "accusable" in a sentence
"It is actually hard to think of a critic who is more alive to the finer shades of complicity, desire, guilt, ruthlessness, and so on than de Man; whatever else one thinks of his analysis of Rousseau's purloining of the ribbon, it is certainly not a reading easily accusable of psychological naivieté."
"The land is only accusable in the winter because a large deep swamp surrounds it."
"And we've got to be extra careful in guarding the victim, but also careful that we don't accuse someone who's not accusable."