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accusation (s) (noun), accusations (pl)
1. An assertion or allegation that someone is guilty of a fault or has done something illegal or wrong: There have been additional accusations of Harry's corruptions while he was serving as the mayor of the city.
2. A formal charge of wrongdoing brought against a person; the act of imputing blame or guilt: The police officer submitted his report which included the accusation that the driver was exceeding the posted speed limit.
3. Etymology: from Latin accusatio(n); from accusare, "to call to account"; from ad-, "toward" + causa, "reason, motive, lawsuit".
A false accusation of doing something wrong or committing a crime.
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A claim or a charge that a person has done something wrong or illegal. (1)