Self-accusation



noun
1.
a charge of wrongdoing; imputation of guilt or blame.
2.
the specific offense charged:
The accusation is murder.
3.
the act of accusing or state of being accused.
noun
1.
an allegation that a person is guilty of some fault, offence, or crime; imputation
2.
a formal charge brought against a person stating the crime that he is alleged to have committed

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