Definition of Arraignments

1. Noun. (plural of arraignment) ¹



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Definition of Arraignments

1. arraignment [n] - See also: arraignment

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Arraignments

arrabbiata
arracacha
arrach
arrack
arracks
arragonite
arragonites
arrah
arrah now
arraign
arraigned
arraigner
arraigners
arraigning
arraignment
arraignments (current term)
arraigns
arrange
arrangeable
arranged
arranged marriage
arranged marriages
arrangement
arrangements
arranger
arrangers
arranges
arranging
arrangment
arrangments

Literary usage of Arraignments

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1. Ecclesiastical Memorials; Relating Chiefly to Religion, and the Reformation by John Strype (1822)
"arraignments and executions of the Lady Jane and the Duke of Suffolk, and divers others. The Earl of Devon and Lady Elizabeth sent to the Tower. ..."

2. The Library of William Andrews Clark, Jr.: Early English Literature, 1519-1700 by William Andrews Clark, Robert Ernest Cowan, Cora Edgerton Sanders, John Henry Nash, Harrison Post (1921)
"... and of the proceedings as well at the || arraignments ... The proceedings at the arraignments, and after, G3-K3 (verso woodcut of the ..."

3. The Aaron Burr Conspiracy: A History Largely from Original and Hitherto by Walter Flavius McCaleb (1903)
"The Two arraignments of Burr in Kentucky * WHILE the inhabitants of Frankfort, Kentucky, were celebrating the Fourth of July (1806) there appeared on the ..."

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