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  • In many cases they were not even told what they were accused of.
  • We must trust the accused to make such an important decision for himself.
  • The majority of those accused were women, though in some regions the majority were men.
  • Both of these articles accused each other of publishing results based on the other party.
  • Why does he want to accuse other people after he committed the crime?
  • When called upon to name those whom he was accusing, however, he refused.
  • At least five more of the accused died in prison.
  • During this they broke windows of a local hotel accused of serving alcohol.
  • It was permitted by law only if there was already half-proof against the accused.
  • Those of us who say this are accused of being simple-minded.
  • The government has begun to bring to trial some officers accused of torture.
  • Russia has recently been accused by some in the west of using its natural resources as a political weapon.
  • This makes the two women accuse each other for particular reasons until the end of the movie.
  • At most, the accused might have to pay a fine for killing a slave.
  • Among other issues, she accuses him of having an affair with his secretary at work.
  • More often they are accused of domineering when doing what would be considered natural by a man.
  • Some have suggested legal action against the magazine by persons accused of the rape may result.
  • He was thus the only German to be accused of being a war criminal after both world wars.
  • Working memory training studies are accused of poor experimental design.
  • They did not teach that the Father died on the cross, though they were sometimes accused of this.
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Root form of accused is accuse for the verb.

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Synonyms of accused

Meaning of accused

  • noun A defendant in a criminal proceeding
  • verb Bring an accusation against; level a charge against
    The neighbors accused the man of spousal abuse