Example sentences for: incriminating

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

  • He is suggesting that the tapes reveal incriminating conversations with White House officials.

  • From what I've been told, the attorney is the one who advised him to get a new driver's license in 1995 when a survey of his public records uncovered a stale but nevertheless incriminating trail for an overly eager reporter to follow," he said, pausing occasionally to spit tobacco juice into the ever-present Styrofoam cup.

  • On one hand, there is the incriminating fact that Martin "wouldn't do anything to his five-bedroom, all-white Miami Beach pad without the advice of his decorator"; on the other, singer Alejandra Guzmán insists that Martin's "moves are as great as his kisses," and dancer Adriana de Biega claims that her night of lovemaking with Martin was "pure magic."

  • Peter Pringle's ticktock of the legal battle, Cornered: Big Tobacco at the Bar of Justice , answers the first question: The plaintiffs' lawyers and the attorneys general proved indefatigable; incriminating documents were leaked from inside the big tobacco companies; an important industry scientist defected; and, most importantly, Wall Street, fearing a bottomless payout, signaled the industry to submit.

  • The goal is to find an incriminating datum that will leave a permanent stain on the target's reputation, make his defenders look like craven apologists, and give the general public a ready-made judgment that can be wielded without too much reading or thought.


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