arraign

[ uh-reyn ]SEE DEFINITION OF arraign

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ARRAIGN

It was for this that I arraigned my colleague, and that I intend to arraign him.

He could not chide her for it, nor arraign her with one bitter thought.

I have met no one that can see his own faults and arraign himself within.

Let us arraign her before our sacred tribunal, and have her into court.

And I,—who would dare to suspect, to arraign, the Prince di—?

She denied that they had any right to arraign or to try her.

If I were to arraign you at all, it would be on the score of heartlessness.

It was dangerous, but my purpose is not to arraign Ministers.

We decline to arraign our Creator for a deed which we have not even the means of knowing that He has done.

It is ignorant, as well as sinful, to arraign his providence.

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