accuse (one) of

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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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Venezuela accuses US of promoting destabilization Venezuela accused the United States on Sunday of backing anti-government protesters who have marched against the leftist leader for two weeks.
Moreover, he said that "a democratic transaction happened today which gave birth to new majority under the slogan change", asking why the other team accuses us of alienation?
Europe accuses us of not wanting to solve the name issue and takes Greece's side although it is able to pressure Greece as it did many times when it was for Europe's own benefit.
It's a shame that Ibrahim Hassan accuses us of using performance enhancers," the Egypt skipper told Modern Sport TV.
Whereas other regional stereotypes might be wearisome to those people they are directed at (Scotsmen being mean, Brummies being a bit slow etc), Scousebashing invariably accuses us of something of a different order - criminality.
But The L Word shows no diversity and then accuses us of stereotyping ourselves.
AS the Red Cross doesn't overtly display Christmas decorations, reader M Logan accuses us of religious intolerance "which causes so many problems in the world" (Mirror M@ilbox, December 24).
He accuses us of cultural genocide and sneers at the products of our endeavors, calling his criticism, for cripes sakes, "What's Literacy Got to Do With It?
We are being humiliated by him daily, a man insensitive to our grief and suffering, who accuses us of being insane and incapable, when this very same person was on board the plane with pilots who voluntarily chose to turn off the transponder and caused the death of 154 people who were dear to us.