King James Dictionary
ACCU'SE, L. accuso, to blame or accuse ad and causor, to blame, or accuse causa, blame, suit, or process, cause. See Cause.
1. To charge with, or declare to have committed a crime, either by plaint, or complaint, information, indictment, or impeachment to charge with an offense against the laws, judicially or by a public process as, to accuse one of a high crime or misdemeanor.
2. To charge with a fault to blame.
Their thoughts, in the meanwhile, accusing or excusing one another. Romans 2 .
It is followed by of before the subject of accusation the use of for after this verb is illegitimate.
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