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indict
used in Lucky by Sebold

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Definition
accuse formally of a crime
  • "Pursuant to your request," it read in part, "this is to advise you that the above-mentioned captioned defendant has been indicted by the grand jury."
    Chapter Ten (26% in)
  • I may seem colder to you in there than I am right now but, remember, we're in there to win an indictment and to a certain extent—well, the grand jury is made up of twenty-five civilians, and we're onstage."
    Chapter Nine (75% in)
  • On an eight-count indictment, Madison pled not guilty.
    Chapter Ten (27% in)

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