Definition of Crimination

1. n. The act of accusing; accusation; charge; complaint.



Definition of Crimination

1. Noun. An accusation of wrongdoing, a recrimination ¹

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Definition of Crimination

1. [n -S]

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Literary usage of Crimination

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1. United States Supreme Court Reports by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company, United States Supreme Court (1911)
"It cannot resist production upon time ground of self-crimination. Although the object of time inquiry may be to detect time abuses it has ..."

2. History of the Negro Race in America from 1619 to 1880: Negroes as Slaves by George Washington Williams (1882)
"Crimination AND RECrimination.— THE BREAKING-OUT OF NUMEROUS FIRES. — THE ARREST OF SPANISH NEGROES. — THE TRIAL OF HUGHSON. — TESTIMONY OF MARY BURTON. ..."

3. The Life of William Wilberforce by Robert Isaac Wilberforce, Samuel Wilberforce (1838)
"came in for his full share of bitter crimination. Two days after the debate he wrote to Mr. Wilberforce. ..."

4. Letters, Addressed to the People of Pennsylvania Respecting the Internal by William John Duane (1811)
"crimination; I wish Pennsylvania had representatives as attentive to her interests as Mr. Porter is to those of New-York; nor shall I grumble because Mr. ..."

5. Wit and Humour: Selected from the English Poets ; with an Illustrative Essay by Leigh Hunt (1846)
"UNWITTING SELF-Crimination. In this pleasant specimen of the way in which a complainant may be led into self-committals by the apparent good faith of ..."

6. Commentaries on the Law of Evidence in Civil Cases by Burr W. Jones, Louis Horwitz (1914)
"Privilege—Self-crimination.—In the opening section of this chapter dealing with the general nature of ..."

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