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  • as incriminal
  • as inculpable

synonyms for indictable

  • corrupt
  • deplorable
  • illegal
  • illegitimate
  • illicit
  • immoral
  • scandalous
  • senseless
  • unlawful
  • vicious
  • bent
  • heavy
  • racket
  • wildcat
  • wrong
  • caught
  • crooked
  • culpable
  • dirty
  • hung up
  • iniquitous
  • nefarious
  • off base
  • out of line
  • peccant
  • shady
  • smoking gun
  • unrighteous
  • villainous
  • wicked
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antonyms for indictable

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  • authorized
  • blessed
  • ethical
  • good
  • kind
  • lawful
  • legal
  • legitimate
  • moral
  • noble
  • proper
  • pure
  • right
  • uncorrupt
  • correct
  • righteous
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How to use indictable in a sentence

The German university had seemed a failure, but the German high school was something very near an indictable nuisance.
THE EDUCATION OF HENRY ADAMSHENRY ADAMS
Provoking a man to send a challenge is also an indictable offence.
THE MODERN PISTOL AND HOW TO SHOOT ITWALTER WINANS
We thus have five deaths and five attempts in Rennes, all of which could be indictable.
SHE STANDS ACCUSEDVICTOR MACCLURE
Vulgar comments made in public upon works of art are now an indictable offence.
THE HARLEQUINADEDION CLAYTON CALTHROP
All criminal suits for indictable offenses were to be dropped, but civil suits were to take their course.
ALBERT GALLATINJOHN AUSTIN STEVENS
A judge laid down, some years ago, that to say anything against the Christian religion was an indictable offence.
THE HISTORY OF THE LAST TRIAL BY JURY FOR ATHEISM IN ENGLANDGEORGE JACOB HOLYOAKE
Any man who treats with contempt the Christian religion, is guilty of an indictable misdemeanour.
THE HISTORY OF THE LAST TRIAL BY JURY FOR ATHEISM IN ENGLANDGEORGE JACOB HOLYOAKE
It would have been indictable as a nuisance if a publisher had laid it down gratis at your door.
THE POSTHUMOUS WORKS OF THOMAS DE QUINCEY, VOL. II (2 VOLS)THOMAS DE QUINCEY
The common law of England treats blasphemy as an indictable offence.
ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 4, SLICE 1VARIOUS
There were facts stated, but not so stated as to constitute an indictable offence.
BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, VOLUME 56, NUMBER 349, NOVEMBER, 1844VARIOUS
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