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1(tone/stare) acusador(tone/stare) acusatorioto point an accusing finger at sb — señalar con un dedo acusador a algn
- There was an accusing tone to her voice, one that she couldn't quite conceal.
- Feminist writers tend to downplay the whole thing and point an accusing finger at the drug companies.
- If we point an accusing finger, there are three fingers pointing back at ourselves.
- I leap up, shoving my chair backwards, and point an accusing finger at him.
- Of course the smile vanished as two pairs of accusing eyes turned towards me.
- The last part was said with a half accusing tone, tempered by the deep affection in her eyes.
- Pointing accusing fingers at this moment would only aggravate the pain of those mourning.
- His tone was neither accusing, nor incredulous, but rather plainly curious.
- He bellowed, nostrils flaring as he jabbed an accusing finger inches away from my face.
- There's something of that in all of us, so no one can be too enthusiastic in pointing an accusing finger.
- Jasmine ducked the accusing gaze of her flustered manager as he marched out of the kitchen door to survey the commotion.
- Andy, mouth open in awe at their proof, looked at his brother with an accusing glare.
- Yes, to some extent an accusing finger must be pointed in my direction.
- It protects us from the world, from accusing stares, lies and rumors.
- All I can see when I walk about town is all the accusing faces and all the people who would like to see us dead.
- He paused and turned to look at his brother who was staring at him with an almost accusing glare.
- But haven't there been other tragedies on this scale, the accusing voices say.
- Inevitably, there are concerns about cheating, with the accusing finger as usual pointing at Ferrari.
- Naturally, it is very easy for them to point the accusing finger in these circumstances.
- His eyes were somewhat expressionless, but they would not stop looking at me in that accusing, betrayed way.
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