The kettle was adamantly calling the pot black as Netanyahu accused Iran of doing all sorts of shady things with nuclear power.
Ryan accused Obama of trying to “dodge and demagogue” the debt problem he created.
California scholar Rainer Reinscheid is accused of an arson spree and plotting to kill 200 high-school students.
“Malala has been accused of being more loyal to the West,” Shahid said.
Facebook and its bankers are accused of secretly disclosing negative information to some investors.
He accused Madison of cheating Erskine and repeated the accusation.
It is difficult to resist the suggestion that one who is accused of crime is guilty.
Turning then to the commander of the guards, he struck him and accused him of having disobeyed orders.
There was hardness in his voice when he spoke to the accused, but there was compassion there, too.
The other prisoner—the only accused, properly so called—had already pleaded guilty.
c.1300, "charge (with an offense, etc.), impugn, blame," from Old French acuser "to accuse, indict, reproach, blame" (13c.), earlier "announce, report, disclose" (12c.), or directly from Latin accusare "to call to account," from ad- "against" (see ad-) + causari "give as a cause or motive," from causa "reason" (see cause (n.)). Related: Accused; accusing; accusingly.