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  • Crimination — Crim i*na tion (kr?m ? n? sh?n), n. [L. criminatio.] The act of accusing; accusation; charge; complaint. [1913 Webster] The criminations and recriminations of the adverse parties. Macaulay. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Crimination — (v. lat.), Beschuldigung, Anklage …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • crimination — index accusation, allegation, bad repute, blame (culpability), charge (accusation), complaint, count …   Law dictionary

  • crimination — ˌkriməˈnāshən noun ( s) Etymology: Latin crimination , criminatio, from criminatus + ion , io ion : the act of criminating : accusation an attitude of cold determined crimination …   Useful english dictionary

  • crimination — noun /ˌkrɪmɪˈneɪʃən/ An accusation of wrongdoing, a recrimination ... and when the ambassadors, after a fruitless attempt at negotiation, which evaporated in mutual crimination and recrimination, set out on their return to Aragon, they were twice …   Wiktionary

  • crimination — (entrée créée par le supplément) (kri mi na sion) s. f. Néologisme et latinisme. Inculpation, attaque. •   Dans ce dévergondage de colères, réelles ou factices, d invectives, de calomnies, de criminations et de récriminations, on ne sait plus qui …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • crimination — noun see criminate …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • crimination — crim·i·na·tion || ‚krɪmɪ neɪʃn n. act of charging with crime, incrimination …   English contemporary dictionary

  • crimination — n. Accusation, impeachment, arraignment, charge …   New dictionary of synonyms

  • crimination — crim·i·na·tion …   English syllables

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