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accuse (one) of

To blame someone for a crime or wrongdoing. I can't believe he would accuse me of stealing money out of his wallet. Don't accuse him of lying without any evidence.
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accuse someone of something

to charge someone with a crime, a violation of rules or instructions, or doing something wrong. Please don't accuse me of forgetting to lock the door.
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have we lived to see the day when a blaspheming and idolatrous upstart of Rome shall accuse us of appropriating to the appetites of the flesh the most holy and consecrated elements?
You accuse us of breaking into Captain von Heumann's state-room during the small hours of this morning, and abstracting from it this confounded pearl.
They said police can arrest us, can accuse us of making insecurity in the neighbourhood,' she said.
The blockading countries accuse us of spreading lies about the telephone conversation between the Emir HH Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al Thani and the Saudi Crown Prince.
Bassil said that some parties escape every chance to realize a true Christian representation and accuse us of hindrances.
Say what you will about America, but you can't accuse us of ignoring the elderly.
Leaders of BJP accuse us of corruption but they don't talk about corruption in Rajasthan, Gujarat and in Karnataka when it was in power.
We expect them to accuse us of "Monster," he police raids in Albanian houses etc.
You could accuse us lacking a little quality at times and you could accuse us of playing the ball forward too early in the firsthalf but there was no complaints about work rate.
Allah forbids that attitude in His holy book and when we die, He will accuse us of seeing it and saying quiet.
Jefferies said: "To accuse us of not trying is totally disrespectful.
accuse us of producing something that is unbalanced, with no government representative.
We want citizenship and the government will not give it to us, then they accuse us of rejecting it," El-Hefny said.
These people who are accusing us here are the very same people who accuse us of not outlining our plans clearly enough.
Then there's the guys on the moral high ground who accuse us of hypocrisy and presume that if we squeak through to Euro 2008 on a dive by a Scot we won't complain.