Definition of Accusably

1. Adverb. in an accusable manner, in a manner chargeable with crime or fault ¹



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Definition of Accusably

1. [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Accusably

accuratenesses
accurize
accurized
accurizes
accurizing
accurse
accursed
accursedly
accursedness
accursednesses
accurses
accursing
accurst
accus
accusable
accusably (current term)
accusal
accusals
accusant
accusants
accusatio
accusation
accusations
accusatival
accusative
accusative-case
accusative case
accusative cases
accusatively
accusativeness

Literary usage of Accusably

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1. What is Thought?: Or, The Problem of Philosophy by Way of a General by James Hutchison Stirling (1900)
"... as it were, forced them to have God perpetually in their thoughts and on their lips, that expressions at least more or less accusably pantheistic would, ..."

2. On the Old Road: A Collection of Miscellaneous Essays, Pamphlets, Etc., Etc by John Ruskin (1885)
"The doing of these fifty years is un- accusably Right, as art; what its sentiment may be— whether too great or too little, whether superficial or sincere—is ..."

3. Verona and Other Lectures by John Ruskin (1894)
"Perfect. It is a strong word. It is also a true one. The doing of these fifty years is un- accusably Right, as art. ..."

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