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Correct spelling:
accuses (verb)
inculpates, denounces, complains, impeaches, arraigns, incriminates, blames, alleges, reproaches, accuses, scolds, condemns, imputes, implicates, criticizes, charges.
offers (verb)
renders, tenders, bids, grants, submits, presents, quotes, invites, endows, gives, offers, extends, imparts, approaches, advances, bestows, attempts, deals, issues.
attributes (verb)
assigns, refers, brands, blames, places, attributes, connects, credits, imputes, casts, sets, ascribes, attaches, acknowledges, applies, accredits, marks.
sues (verb)
subpoenas, complains, implicates, sues, alleges, summons, litigates, charges, prosecutes, indicts, impeaches, arraigns, accuses.
Examples of usage:
  1. " Compare every one of his statements with the passages he cites from authorities, and make him the laughter of the world" he wrote. - "The Letters Of Mark Twain, Volume 6, 1907-1910", Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens) Last Updated: February 18, 2009.
  2. Unless this were the case, neither the author nor his readers would have found anything extraordinary in the appearance of the number which he cites. - "The Hindu-Arabic Numerals", David Eugene Smith Louis Charles Karpinski.
  3. Wood cites case. Woolston's - "Memoir, Correspondence, And Miscellanies, From The Papers Of Thomas Jefferson", Thomas Jefferson.

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