accusing (part of speech: verb)
cussing (part of speech: verb)
- He walked meekly home; and took a scolding for being late. - "The Adventures of Bobby Orde", Stewart Edward White.
- The boys chased the Crow, throwing sticks and stones and scolding her for some time. - "Verotchka's Tales", Mamin Siberiak.
- I am worrying and scolding you because you wish to please some one that has been as good as my own mother to me. - "Indian Summer", William D. Howells.