Recriminating [verb]

Definition of Recriminating:

blame, denounce

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Sentence/Example of Recriminating:

It required the exercise of some forbearance not to recriminate.

But let us not recriminate; that matter is not in question now.

And then how I should like to recriminate and defend myself indignantly!

The lady soothed him and fell into thought, and did not recriminate.

To recriminate now, he said, would be as exasperating as unavailable.

Do not let us recriminate, Lady Kirton, or on some scores I might reproach you.

They were beginning to recriminate, when it was thought best to finish the interview.

The son of the author of the "Night Thoughts" was not old enough, when they were written, to recriminate or to be a father.

Richard at length ceased to recriminate, and allowed his mother to talk herself to satiety.

Experience informs us that the first defence of weak minds is to recriminate.