Definitions for finger-pointing
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word finger-pointing
the imputation of blame
"they want all the finger-pointing about intelligence failures to stop"
The making of accusations, the assigning of blame.
Origin: From to point one's finger at "to accuse, to assign blame to".
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
Finger pointing around this tragedy serves no purpose other than election year politics.
There's a huge, huge question about the cause of this failure, not from a point of view of finger-pointing, but for understanding if we should expect new vehicles to operate reliably from the beginning.
There’s a huge, huge question about the cause of this failure, not from a point of view of finger-pointing, but for understanding if we should expect new vehicles to operate reliably from the beginning.
No one man is in charge. It’s a negotiating team, sometimes the India team does get preoccupied by having to fend off all these attacks, but they will not buckle under finger pointing from a small group of Western countries.
I certainly don't want our dog shows, the places we work so hard to get to, (to) become a ground of finger-pointing and suspicion, i therefore need you all to know that we can't, and we won't think this was an act of another exhibitor. If we thought this we couldn't go.
Translations for finger-pointing
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- vinger te wijzenDutch
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