Pronunciation of Recriminate
/ɹɪkɹˈɪmɪnˌe͡ɪt/, /ɹɪkɹˈɪmɪnˌeɪt/, /ɹ_ɪ_k_ɹ_ˈɪ_m_ɪ_n_ˌeɪ_t/
Antonyms for recriminate:
Synonyms for recriminate:
allege, apprehend, arraign, arrest, attack, attribute, betray, blame, brand, censure, charge, cite, complain, criminate, denounce, frame, impeach, implicate, impute, incriminate, inculpate, indict, libel, litigate, name, prosecute, recriminate, slander, slur, sue, summon, tax, pin on, hang something on, hold accountable, blow the whistle, bring charges, file claim, lay at door, let have it, lodge complaint, point finger at, serve summons, finger*.
admonish, berate, blast, castigate, condemn, except, expostulate, go after, kick, lambaste, lay into, lay out, object, protest, rail, remonstrate, reproach, roast, scold, scorch, sound off, upbraid, vituperate, work over, have at, rip into, tongue-lash, crack down on, jump down one's throat, read out, trash*.
animadvert, challenge, combat, criticize, decry, demur, deprecate, disapprove, disparage, dispute, dissent, fight, find fault, frown upon, inveigh, nag, oppose, pick at, rain, resist, take exception, take issue, withstand, kick*.
abuse, asperse, cavil, chasten, chide, dress down, jump on, lecture, preach, rate, ream, rebuke, reprimand, reprobate, reprove, revile, taunt, tell off, vilify, put down, light into, take to task, lay down the law, objurate, rake over the coals, give a talking-to, keep aft.
Rhymes for recriminate:
- ate, mate, fete, great, state, date, grate, streight, tate, straight, bate, cate, sate, crate, chait, slate, tait, wayt, skate, wait, gate, kate, pate, gait, rate, weight, rait, plate, pait, taitt, hate, bait, trait, speight, eight, fate, plait, late, hait, nate, freight, spate, aydt, waite, prate, strait, fait;
- elate, upstate, lightweight, belate, conflate, debate, abate, reflate, tri-state, create, ornate, estate, predate, misstate, negate, irate, prorate, inflate, update, sedate, await, berate, deflate, kuwait, postdate, dilate, translate, relate, oblate, gestate, collate, innate, restate, equate, est, dictate;
- intrastate, reinstate, desecrate, silverplate, underrate, procreate, interstate, overrate, overweight, solid-state, conjugate;
- interrelate, remunerate, demodulate;