arraignment

[ uh-reyn-muh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF arraignment

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Nevertheless, Mary went on with her arraignment uncompromisingly.

And at the end of his arraignment he attempted an awkward compliment.

In his speeches there was no challenge, no vituperation, no irony, no arraignment.

It is an arraignment which humiliates the descendants of the members of that body.

Gregory sank deeper into his chair as Dickie Lang proceeded with his arraignment.

There was no bill of indictment, no arraignment, no counsel.

From Lise she had been prepared for suspicion, arraignment, ridicule.

It was an arraignment of the wages of life, an invocation to the ministers of hate.

It is not pleasant to recall the arraignment of the year 1914.

Arraignment of such manifestations may seem far-fetched, if not trivial.

WORD ORIGIN

mid-15c., from Old French araisnement, from araisnier (see arraign).

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