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indict
used in 1st to Die

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Definition
accuse formally of a crime
  • But listening to her cogently mapping out what we needed to indict, a tantalizing thought took hold of me.
    p. 243.7
  • All you needed to know about Jill was that as a third-year prosecutor, it was she who had tried the La Frade case, when the mayor's old law partner was indicted on a RICO charge for influence peddling.
    p. 239.7
  • "Tomorrow, I'm going to the district attorney for an indictment," McBride announced.
    p. 281.3
  • "Cleveland's ready to indict," I told them.
    p. 282.1

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