Accuse in a Sentence

Definition of Accuse

attribute blame to someone

Use Accuse in a sentence

Due to Peter’s location at the time of the incident, the police would accuse him of being an accomplice to murder.

With sticky fingers and a red mouth, the parents accuse the toddler of getting into the candy jar.

The process in most courts is that the states are the plaintiffs and accuse the defendants of a crime.

“We accuse Marshall Jones of committing the robbery at the Cincinnati Home Bank on August 1, 2003,” the prosecutor said in her opening statement.

Most children in the classroom would accuse Timmy of stealing the cell phone since he was notorious for taking their lunches.

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