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Definition of "accusal" [ac•cus•al]

  • Accusation (noun)

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Use "accusal" in a sentence
  • "Having the same events described in four different voices is a brilliantly absorbing device; the story sets the basic human plot - murder, unjust accusal, trial - in the context of the ferment of scientific ideas around the time of the foundation of the Royal Society, the religious hangover from the Revolution, and the immediate post-Restoration political uncertainty."
  • "They heard her anguished accusal of her uncle but Bandari was nowhere in sight."
  • "It was a muttered accusal as Rachel made to walk past him rather than waste any more of her time trying to make him see her side of it."