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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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Do you remember, I said, how in the course of the previous discussion some one who shall be nameless accused us of making our guardians unhappy-- they had nothing and might have possessed all things-to whom we replied that, if an occasion offered, we might perhaps hereafter consider this question, but that, as at present advised, we would make our guardians truly guardians, and that we were fashioning the State with a view to the greatest happiness, not of any particular class, but of the whole?
Some Liverpool fans have accused us of celebrating a draw like a win but we were, in fact, celebrating keeping the Reds off the top of the table and, in the process, picking up a good point at home.
They accused us of abandoning our jobs and being absent without permission,' Chhun said.
'Our company spent 1 million on construction of Agriculture College and had completed the academic block 92 % and admin block 70 percent but the VC accused us of not providing the commission money'
NNA - Marking 22 years since the sad incident of "Our Lady of Deliverance" Church explosion that took the lives of innocent victims, Lebanese Forces Party Head, Samir Geagea, said Saturday that "they accused us of the crime for the mere reason that we failed to accept obedience to Syrian tutelage." Speaking after a Mass service organized in Me'rab by the Lebanese Forces youth branch in Keserwan and Jbeil, Geagea considered that "remains of the Syrian control mandate still exist in Lebanon till this day," citing herein the release of Michel Samaha as clear-cut evidence to that effect.
Addressing a large and fervent congregation of the people on Tehran University campus on Friday, Ayatollah Khatami said, "Cameron falsely accused us of pursuing non-civilian objectives in our nuclear program and accused us of supporting terrorism."
Meanwhile, Ri has also accused US of human rights conspiracies after a report by the UN commission last month, accusing North Korea of committing barbaric crimes against its own citizens.
"For those who have accused us of being traitors after approving the GCC security pact, we say shut up, and our patriotism will haunt you," he said.
they attacked our positions and immediately accused us of breaching the cease-fire.
The West has accused us of curbing the liberties of BlackBerry users, while America, Israel, Britain and other countries are allowed access to all transferred data," Tamim added without elaborating on why the U.S.
"People have accused us of trying to sneak something by the commission," Polly Cleveland, the building owner said.
She was really angry and accused us of neglecting the baby, which I would never do.
THE blood had barely been washed off our streets when Paris mayor Bertrand Delanoe accused us of cheating in order to win the Olympics.
Councillor Goodway accused us of being ``silly and narrowminded.'' Many of you obviously disagree, as shown by the phenomenal response to our phone poll on the issue.
"Out of the blue, an international publishing group accused us of plagiarism, a fact we strongly denied.