Similar words: discrimination, nomination, inclination, combination, eliminate, nation, limitation, national. Meaning: [rɪ‚krɪmɪ'neɪʃn] n. mutual accusations.
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(1) Instead, there was the dreary return to mutual recrimination.
(2) Let's not indulge in recrimination.
(3) Was this a recrimination, or a taunt?
(4) This means that runs of mutual recrimination are nipped in the bud.
(5) What avails recrimination over matters wholly past recall?
(6) The war sweeps up everyone in hatred and recrimination.
(7) They rang down the curtain on recrimination.
(8) Review and recrimination will come later.
(9) Mutual recrimination passed between them : they parted in anger, and were never reconciled.
(10) As recrimination swirls around him, squabbles over his future are dragging on.
(11) I still want to run from risk and recrimination, but I keep my feet firmly planted.
(12) He allowed his son to escape recrimination for his involvement in the assassination attempt.
(13) He submitted a letter of resignation free of recrimination or argument.
(14) The peace talks broke down and ended in bitter mutual recrimination.
(15) We spent the rest of the evening in mutual recrimination.
(16) When he struggled to find winners at the start of the season, the cries of gleeful recrimination reached a crescendo.
(17) The stage was set for years of mutual mistrust and recrimination.
(18) And so began a chain of events, of misunderstandings, laughter, anger, and bitter recrimination.
(19) We spend the rest of the night in mutual recrimination.
(20) Somehow it made her heart ache with a wild mix of anguish and recrimination.
(21) This, as we have seen, helps to damp down what might otherwise become long and damaging runs of mutual recrimination.
(22) This is because it is so good at avoiding runs of mutual recrimination.
(23) Yet champagne is associated in the public mind with celebration rather than remorse or recrimination.
(24) Then the child is yelled at or mentally manipulated by guilt - based recrimination from teachers and parents.
(25) Perhaps unsurprisingly, de Boer was a rare optimistic voice amid the clamour of blame and recrimination.
(26) We must join in a common effort, without remorse or recrimination, without anger or rancor.
(27) Although responsibility for the accident with BP a slick of recrimination now laps around theHouse too. Sentencedict.com
(28) The periodic US - Japan trade talks only result in more recrimination.
(29) Party leaders' decision to pursue separate paths follows weeks of recrimination and on-again, off-again talks.
(30) An eventual ceasefire left Hizbullah claiming victory and Israel's generals and politicians locked in recrimination.
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