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recriminations
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Nicholas Nickleby
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  • But this led to a long recrimination upon a great many sore subjects, charges, and counter-charges.
  • Angry quarrels and recriminations took place, and when they had been married nearly seven years, and were within a few weeks of the time when the brother’s death would have adjusted all, she eloped with a younger man, and left him.’

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  • There was a flurry of finger-pointing and recriminations.
  • Besides, he might come and begin a string of abuse or complainings; I’m certain I should recriminate, and God knows where we should end!
    Emily Bronte  --  Wuthering Heights

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