到指责 find fault with;
到指责 get at
指责某人 put somebody down ;
受到指责 be blamed
在指责 in blame
censure sb. for doing sth.;
make unwarranted charges
1. The Union accused Walesa of being capricious and undemocratic.
2. I hate it when people accuse us of that.
3. The war sweeps up everyone in hatred and recrimination.
4. She had stopped nagging him about never being home.
5. He accused Mrs Moore of making an indecent suggestion.
6. The campaign has abounded in mutual accusations of uncivilised behaviour.
7. Allegations of brutality and theft have been levelled at the army.
8. Local news organizations are being criticized for sensationalizing the story.
9. The prosecution and defense were bandying accusations back and forth.
10. He accused me of making a great fuss about trivialities.
11. She accuses me of having blocked out the past.
12. They left themselves wide open to accusations of double standards and hypocrisy.
13. The candidate stands accused of breaking promises even before he's in office.
14. You may see yourself as useless, incompetent and blameworthy.
15. His response to attacks on his work was chiefly bewilderment.
She was roundly rebuked for what she had done.
Critics of government policy argue that the new measures introduced to fight crime are simply papering over the cracks.
He accused those who criticized his work of being philistines.
Whereby shall we find fault with him?
The newspapers exclaimed against the government's action.
The senate was censured for income tax evasion.
These two countries accused each other of imperialism.
Accusations were made as to the good faith of many involved.
The naughty boy did like to bear the brunt.