Example sentences for: allegations

How can you use “allegations” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • He has been winning sympathy and good press because of allegations that George W. Bush's allies are whispering that he's unstable, but even McCain's supporters can't produce any actual evidence of smears.

  • An inside NYT piece by Felicity Barringer makes an observation that raises deep questions about the media's true values: In the week following the simultaneous breaking of well-researched allegations of a U.S. massacre of civilians during the Korean war and of the Jesse Ventura Playboy interview, less and less was said about the former and more and more was said about the latter.

  • 26 denial of the sex allegations added nothing but anger to his Jan.

  • If allegations are true, Clinton has slept with (or tried to sleep with) lawyers and prostitutes, reporters and flacks, singers and groupies, interns and beauty queens, whites and blacks, blondes and brunettes.

  • "The people who should be looking into these allegations is not a partisan prosecutor but the EEOC," she opined on the talk-show circuit.


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