incrimination

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n incrimination an accusation that you are responsible for some lapse or misdeed "his incrimination was based on my testimony","the police laid the blame on the driver"
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • n Incrimination The act of incriminating; crimination.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n incrimination The act of charging with a crime; the fact of being involved in a crime.
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Usage

In literature:

I took care, in answer to Flora's challenge, not to incriminate Mrs. Meldrum.
"Embarrassments" by Henry James
No, this fellow had nothing incriminating on him.
"The Secret Wireless" by Lewis E. Theiss
The proof had not been sufficient to incriminate Harris, but it had been enough to make him unpopular and cause him to be shunned.
"Frank Merriwell's Races" by Burt L. Standish
Was poor old Anna going to reveal something of a very serious self-incriminating kind?
"Good Old Anna" by Marie Belloc Lowndes
Even if it were, there was nothing in it to incriminate her.
"The Grell Mystery" by Frank Froest
Slade had him incriminated before he knew it was stock stealing.
"Bloom of Cactus" by Robert Ames Bennet
It might just as well hang alongside the other garments, though Darry did not intend removing the incriminating mud stains from the fragment.
"Darry the Life Saver" by Frank V. Webster
Nor were we bound to incriminate ourselves by replying to leading questions.
"A Labrador Doctor" by Wilfred Thomason Grenfell
Then, while I removed his weapons, Jose lit the lantern, and we looked for the incriminating papers.
"At the Point of the Sword" by Herbert Hayens
You want some documents introduced into the furrier's house incriminating both him and his wife?
"The Minister of Evil" by William Le Queux
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In news:

Website 'We Know What You're Doing' scrapes social sites for incriminating posts, lists author by name and photo.
Armed with a chorus of incriminating voices from across the alternative press and the corridors of state and federal government, Dick sets out to spill the beans on gay elected officials living in the closet .
MINNEAPOLIS — Some of the most incriminating evidence against a Minneapolis man accused of aiding a Somali terror group appears to have come from his own statements to the FBI.
Trece attorney worries inmates will incriminate themselves.
Blood In Bravo's SUV, Among Other Incriminating Evidence In The Aguilar Case.
Incriminating statements will be allowed at fetal abduction homicide trial.
60 DUTY WITH RESPECT TO CLIENT'S INCRIMINATING PHYSICAL EVIDENCE Adopted July 24, 1982.
Austin cops supplied incriminating devices to Occupy protesters.
Go to main page USA News Lock mess: Austin cops supplied incriminating devices to Occupy protesters.
Avoid Self- Incrimination when Pulled Over for DUI.
Children are different when it comes to Miranda warning against self- incrimination .
General Asserts Right On Self- Incrimination In Iraq Abuse Cases.
Solar energy company Solyndra CEO Brian Harrison and the chief financial officer, Bill Stover, both invoked their Fifth Amendment right to decline to testify to avoid self-incrimination.
The renowned documentarian interviews the US soldiers who tortured Iraqi prisoners and reveals the incriminating photographs no one was supposed to see.
Here's a dumb criminal of the perverted variety, who ended up incriminating himself.
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In science:

The dependent variable denoting the total number of incriminating responses is assumed to be generated by the application of randomized response to a latent Poisson variable denoting the true number of rule violations.
Accounting for self-protective responses in randomized response data from a social security survey using the zero-inflated Poisson model
Many of the participants indicated that they had found it difficult to falsely incriminate themselves when they were forced to do so by the outcome of the dice.
Accounting for self-protective responses in randomized response data from a social security survey using the zero-inflated Poisson model
The model further assumes that the observed sum score variable denoting the number of incriminating responses is partly generated by the randomized response design, and partly by SP.
Accounting for self-protective responses in randomized response data from a social security survey using the zero-inflated Poisson model
Upon violating any of them, the person incriminated forfeits their anonymity.
A Revised Classification of Anonymity
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