In fact, he would benefit by putting the onus of political pressure back on Bibi.
Trying to put the onus onto someone else for your own decisions is really cowardly and kind of dishonest.
FDA spokesperson Siobhan DeLancey says the onus is on companies to provide a safe product.
Or perhaps it is simply too convenient a PR tool in attempting to place all of the onus on one side.
But the onus is on the Egyptian authorities to locate the illicit sales.
The onus of the recall should be placed largely upon the pupil.
It threw upon the Senate the onus of repairing the defects of the bill.
In any case, the onus probandi rests upon those who believe that these principles are contradictory.
Any tyro in the logics will tell thee that the onus of proving lies with the accuser.
He ought to have thrown the onus of proof on him, instead of acknowledging his identity by that childish exclamation.
1640s, from Latin onus "load, burden," figuratively "tax, expense; trouble, difficulty," from PIE *en-es- "burden" (cf. Sanskrit anah "cart, wagon"). Hence legal Latin onus probandi (1722), literally "burden of proving."