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Example sentences for recrimination

Two years later he left in a flurry of mutual recrimination and lawsuits.
But recrimination with oneself or others after a suicide is also something that is destructive if carried too far.
But her father's self-recrimination also neutralized some of her strongest feelings about him.
And the media set aside all other subjects to engage in a frenzy of recrimination.
The result of this strategy can be sustained co-operation rather than a cycle of recrimination.
It was a mixture of discussion, factual refutation, and angry recrimination.
They are looking for a leader to express their anger and their desire for recrimination.
Stepfathers often reciprocate in kind, creating a vicious circle of resentment and recrimination.
In the aftermath of blame and recrimination, it quickly emerged that what had happened was no accident.
We must look beyond the smoke of war and avoid the easy temptations of recrimination and rancor.
Criticism and mutual recrimination is not the best way to promote dignity and decorum in high places.
Information on weaknesses as well as strengths was shared without recrimination in a spirit of working together to find solutions.
We are able to go where the evidence leads us, without fear of reprisal or recrimination.
Build trust and support by laying data on the table without fear of recrimination by staff.
Let teens know they can always call you when in trouble, without fear of recrimination.
We have seen distrust harden into resentment and public recrimination.
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