accusing (part of speech: verb)
suing (part of speech: verb)
- In a crisis of keen disappointment, only very noble natures can remain strictly just, yet in arraigning her lover for disloyalty, this sorrowing woman abstained from casting all the blame upon him. - "At the Mercy of Tiberius", August Evans Wilson.
- There was even talk, in the first moments of excitement, of arraigning The Roman before the Board of Trustees. - "The Varmint", Owen Johnson F. R. Gruger.
- He began his speech, by arraigning the injustice and impolicy of the trade:-" injustice," he said, " which no considerations of policy could extenuate; impolicy, equal in degree to its injustice." - "The History of the Rise, Progress and Accomplishment of the Abolition of the African Slave-Trade, by the British Parliament (1839)", Thomas Clarkson.