The hands are pointing accusingly
, assigning blame to someone else.
He looks at you accusingly
as if you have the time or inclination to pull every card out and secretly play bingo in the back.
Their fingers are still pointed, accusingly
, at NBA officials who they (and Nader) believe robbed Sacramento of a Game 6 victory.
Perhaps the most-welcome bonus feature, though, is the fact that the annoying little light will not blink accusingly
at you in case of a power surge that knocks the current off temporarily, demanding that you reset it before you go mad.
of Washington Press, 1973) is accusingly
invoked for acknowledging a
Because you didn't meet the plan," the higherups replied accusingly
Mad cow, cancer-causing dioxin in food, e-coli in hamburger, other poisonous bacteria in hot dogs," she spat accusingly
The world's forests are particularly vulnerable -- the report points accusingly
at Brazil, Cambodia, Congo, Guyana, Nicaragua, Papua New Guinea, the Solomon Islands and Surinam.
No telltale droplets of blood leaking accusingly
onto the floor.
No doubt these words were frequently hurled accusingly
by Jesus' followers at those Jews who did not accept Jesus.
It's all in what you generate, he says, looking accusingly
at the bag that holds the chips.
They stare bleakly or accusingly
out toward the audience.
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You talk,' he said accusingly
, "as if the staff have nothing to do, simply because there are no patients there.
Victor looked accusingly
at his wife, Emily, as if she hadn't bathed recently.