Definition of Accusal

1. Noun. A formal charge of wrongdoing brought against a person; the act of imputing blame or guilt.




Definition of Accusal

1. n. Accusation.

Definition of Accusal

1. Noun. accusation ¹

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Definition of Accusal

1. the act of accusing [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Accusal

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accurized
accurizes
accurizing
accurse
accursed
accursedly
accursedness
accursednesses
accurses
accursing
accurst
accus
accusable
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accusal (current term)
accusals
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accusation
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Literary usage of Accusal

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1. Deutsche Syntax by Theodor Vernaleken (1861)
"... alle die ein warnehmen oder ein sagen bezeichnen, ein wollen und zulassen elc.) kann von einem accusal. c. infin. die rede sein, ..."

2. Historia da revolução portugueza de 1820 by José de Arriaga (1888)
"Qualquer cidadão, ainda que não seja n'isso particularmente interessado, poderá accusal-o por suborno, peita ou conluio; se for interessado, ..."

3. The Aeneid of Virgil by Virgil, Charles James Billson (1906)
"Near these are they on false accusal slain ;— 430 Hating the light. Ah ! now how fain were they In open day to suffer want and toil ! ..."

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