Examples of recrimination in a Sentence
The discussion turned into a heated debate with recriminations flying back and forth.
The meeting ended with bitterness and recrimination.
Recent Examples of recrimination from the Web
But the dominant mood of the capital was a mix of rage and recriminations.
Recriminations have deepened since Trump left Europe following his contentious visits to the NATO summit and the G-7 meetings last week.
Habjouqa fully expected criticism and recriminations, but so far hasn’t received any.
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Origin and Etymology of recrimination
Medieval Latin recrimination-, recriminatio, from recriminare to make a retaliatory charge, from Latin re- + criminari to accuse — more at criminate
First Known Use: circa 1611
RECRIMINATION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of recrimination for English Language Learners
: an angry statement in which you accuse or criticize a person who has accused or criticized you
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