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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
The summit produced little in the way of substance, and the two sides even exchanged in ritualistic recriminations.
President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un begin their historic summit Tuesday in Singapore, a meeting that could lead to peace between countries that have technically been at war for 68 years -- or swiftly end in new recriminations.
Make way for regrets, recriminations and the basis for a lifelong hangover.
After more than a decade of mutual recriminations, Mexico's wealthy elite and Lopez Obrador have lately reached something resembling an uneasy truce.
By Tuesday, the Aquarius affair had erupted into full-blown sniping among allies, as four European governments traded mutual recriminations, reproaches and comeuppances.
People don’t sit for hours on end reviewing their lives and firing off (then walking back) recriminations.
Deliberately or not, Giuliani’s remarks were as provocative as the U.S. comments that set off the North Koreans last month, sparking threats, recriminations, and the summit’s temporary cancelation.
But in the second hour, as things spin out of control and recriminations pile up, American Animals becomes a slog.
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RECRIMINATION Defined 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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