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Sentence count:28Posted:2016-12-19Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: vindictiveindicateindicatorvindicateindicativeindicationvindicationpredictMeaning: [ɪn'daɪt]  v. accuse formally of a crime. 
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1. Feminist writers have wanted, of course, to indict the various forms of brutality and coercion from which women have suffered.
2. It is time to indict, try and convict the murderers of Feb. 24.
3. They proceeded, however, to indict Wolf on other charges that were still crimes in his former country.
4. Police indict he for breaking the law.
5. I can indict you for abducting high school student.
6. I certainly don't mean to indict Holy Communion.
7. In simple civil cases, the plaintiff may indict verbally.
8. You can't indict whole people for the crudeness of a few.
9. Indict sb. for nuisance.
10. The second inanity of meat-eaters is attempting to indict the vegan lifestyle by claiming that plants suffer and die to feed the vegans of the world.
11. The results indict that choked fracture and leak off of fracture fluid had a negative effect on well productivity.
12. By threatening to indict whole companies — spelling certain bankruptcy — he forces their managers to settle.
13. Prosecutors said they wouldn't indict Mr. Hatoyama due to insufficient evidence.
14. A decision not to indict should immediately be reported to the court in writing by the foreperson so that the accused may promptly be released from jail or freed on bail.
15. In July it decided not to indict her for second - degree murder.
16. The equipment suppliers always inquire, suspect and indict to assert their lawful behalf.
16. try its best to gather and create good sentences.
17. Their decisions on whether to indict someone have mostly been unappealable.
18. The grand jury indicts or refuses to indict accused persons.
19. You could, as Karl Marx and others did, point to inequities in the distribution of wealth and indict capitalism.
20. Quill was summoned to appear before a grand jury, though it found no reason to indict him.
21. The two are expected to decide by Monday whether to indict Netanyahu.
22. In the other cases, police either failed to file charges, or grand juries refused to indict.
23. In law practice fair principle is applied to medical civil indict more than before.
24. On Monday July 14th the prosecutor asked the court to indict Mr Bashir with ten counts of mass crimes, including three for genocide, and to issue a warrant for his arrest.
25. Us list of charges give to a grand jury, asking them to indict the accused.
26. They subsequently announced that they did not have enough evidence to indict her.
27. The most ambitious thing the ICC has done is to indict Omar Hassan al-Bashir, the president of Sudan, on a charge-sheet that includes genocide in the Darfur region.
28. Drake's case is only the fourth in which the act has been used to indict someone for mishandling classified material.
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