Origin of accusatory
Examples from the Web for accusatory
A quick search led me not only to the accusatory tweets, but to the explosion of internet chatter that followed in their wake.
Where health is concerned though, the accusatory finger of discrimination pivots.
By now there are many hundreds of these tweets, varying from vehement to vituperative, from accusatory to abusive.
And he pointed an accusatory finger beyond riders to irresponsible managers and the shady doctors who enable a doping culture.Lance Armstrong’s Shadow Looms Large Over 100th Edition of Tour de France|Tracy McNicoll|October 25, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Indictments are accusatory instruments that have no evidentiary weight at all.
Mrs. Ducklow was going on in wild, accusatory accents, when she recognized the benign countenance.
Miss Thankful dropped her accusatory tone, and attempted cajolery.The Mayor's Wife|Anna Katherine Green
When Lady Davenant was accusatory it was within the limits of perfect verisimilitude.
When she had driven home, Violetta found Barto Rizzo's accusatory paper laid on her writing-desk.Vittoria, Complete|George Meredith
An accusatory glance towards Skeeter was answered by one of mystification.Making Money|Owen Johnson
Word Origin and History for accusatory
c.1600, from Latin accusatorius, from accusare (see accuse).