Translation of accusatory in Spanish:


acusatorio, adj.

Pronunciation /əˈkjuzəˌtɔri/ /əˈkjuːzət(ə)ri/


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    • In fact, when this death metal band receives any recognition from the mainstream press at all, it is nearly always in the form of an accusatory finger.
    • Inspiration for the move came after hordes of late-coming executives pointed accusatory fingers at the transport system.
    • He approached me and thrust a thick, square, accusatory finger in my face.
    • It is funny how quickly everyone in society reaches out to point an accusatory finger at those unlucky enough to be in the spotlight.
    • In the distance we see the headland that is our destination: Cape Palinuro, an accusatory finger jutting its way into the sea.
    • He pointed an accusatory finger at the television medium for aggressively promoting films made for the market.
    • It will be a pointing, accusatory finger and a baleful cry of ‘we told you so’.
    • There are so many questions from the family, wagging tongues and accusatory fingers.
    • A balled-up fist reaches out, one finger pointed in an accusatory jab towards you.
    • He just jabs us in the chest with an accusatory finger and hopes that guilt at our ignorance will keep us quiet.
    • Ignoring their needs and interests and pointing accusatory fingers won't help.
    • First to his knees, then his haunches, and then dropping forward in the dirt, pointing his whole body at me like an accusatory finger.
    • The only thing missing is the accusatory finger pointed at me in mock surprise.
    • Michael heads towards the door but turns and points an accusatory finger at Tommy.
    • Micah's voice was accusatory, making it sound like something had gone horribly wrong.
    • Believe it or not there was something accusatory in the way she said it.
    • There's another, more accusatory, version of this tune.
    • There was a commotion outside the office - loud, accusatory voices.
    • Next time I hear that crabby, accusatory voice, I'm going to pretend I've contracted a sudden case of selective deafness.
    • Avoid ‘why’ questions because they can be perceived as accusatory.