French for "I accuse;" used especially to condemn a major social injustice. Comes from a newspaper article entitled "J'Accuse," published by Emile Zola in 1898. In the article, Zola accused the French government of framing Alfred Dreyfus for treason because he was Jewish.
Look at America's school system! J'accuse -- our government is guilty of segregating and abandoning our youth.
by duffmorton July 30, 2006
French for, "I accuse (you)."
"J'accuse, monsieur Cheney!"
by mal considine September 06, 2005

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