What constitutes an accussation?
And what makes the difference between above and merely communicating ones assumptions of a person in a speculative way?
An accusation is a negative statement about someone or something and the same is not supported by any evidence.
When it is supported by any evidence, it becomes a fact.
If your communication of your assumptions of a person in a speculative way has any negative effect on the person, it becomes an accusation.
The tones, the eyes will reflect whether one is accusing the other or not. And usually bringing out the past mistakes and comparing it to the present situations would often sound like an accusation.
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