arraign

All Verb Noun
247 examples (0.05 sec)
  • When the time was come, they were brought before their enemies and arraigned. Cited from The Works of John Bunyan Volumes 1-3, John Bunyan
  • When the time was come, they were brought before their enemies, and arraigned. Cited from Best of the World's Classics...Prose, Vol. III, Great Britain & Ireland
  • They had arraigned themselves upon the side, and under the standard, of crime. Cited from Courts and Criminals, by Arthur Train
  • They all had to be arraigned again after the judge made the decision to put them on trial.
  • Her voice was sharp as she went up the steps and arraigned the pair. Cited from Lady Bridget in the Never-Never Land by Rosa Praed
  • Each has, in a sense, made his subject his own, and each has been similarly arraigned. Cited from Thomas Carlyle, A Biography, by John Nichol
  • If he intended still to arraign me on the charge of lying, why could he not say so as a man? Cited from Apologia pro Vita Sua, by John Henry Newman
  • It is our business to arraign England, our own country, and not Germany. Cited from Combed Out, by Fritz August Voigt [AKA: F.A.V.]
  • Over and over again I have seen a Government arraigned for its conduct of foreign affairs. Cited from Mark Rutherford's Deliverance,by M. Rutherford
  • When the morning had passed without his being arraigned for a hearing he grew alarmed. Cited from The Ne'er-Do-Well, by Rex Beach
  • He was expected to be arraigned on such charges the next day.
  • He had been arraigned the previous day on capital murder charges.
  • He was held at a cell at the Federal Building for several weeks before he was arraigned.
  • The account of his trial states that he was arraigned on two counts.
  • The man was arraigned before a police magistrate, who had no power to try such a case. Cited from The One Woman, by Thomas Dixon
  • But I will no longer arraign your good sense. Cited from Aunt Phillis's Cabin, by Mary H. Eastman
  • It arraigns our past manner of life and our very civilization. Cited from With Our Soldiers in France, by Sherwood Eddy
  • If we cannot arraign the President for a specific crime, for what are we to proceed against him? Cited from History of the Impeachment of Andrew Johnson
  • Just before he was to be arraigned, he drove into a field and shot himself, leaving behind a wife and two children.
  • It is by no means only during recent years that our marriage system has been arraigned before the bar of morals. Cited from Studies in the Psychology of Sex, Volume 6 (of 6), by Havelock Ellis
  • Next »

How arraign gets used

Meaning of arraign

  • verb Call before a court to answer an indictment
  • verb Accuse of a wrong or an inadequacy