Definition of Indicts

1. Verb. (third-person singular of ''indict'') ¹



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Definition of Indicts

1. indict [v] - See also: indict

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Indicts

indictability
indictable
indicted
indictee
indictees
indicter
indicters
indicting
indiction
indictions
indictive
indictment
indictments
indictor
indictors
indicts (current term)
indie
indies
indietronica
indifference
indifference curve
indifference curves
indifferences
indifferencies
indifferency
indifferent
indifferent(p)
indifferent cell
indifferent electrode

Literary usage of Indicts

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1. A Diary of Two Parliaments by Henry William Lucy (1886)
"Mr. This is the sixth night of the debate on the Forster indie Mr. Parnell. r indicts lreland being the absorbing topic. Mr. Forster seized the opportunity ..."

2. English Prose and Poetry (1137-1892) by John Matthews Manly (1916)
"Boccalini,2 in his "Parnassus," indicts a laconic writer for speaking that in three \vor<is which he might have said in two, and s-en- tences him for his ..."

3. A Life of Anthony Ashley Cooper, First Earl of Shaftesbury, 1621-1683 by William Dougal Christie (1871)
"... July 2—111 with ague—Kindness of Sir John Cheke, Lieutenant of the Tower—Ineffectual attempts to be released or bailed—indicts the witnesses against him ..."

4. A Life of Anthony Ashley Cooper: First Earl of Shaftesbury. 1621-1683 by William Dougal Christie (1871)
"... July 2—111 with ague—Kindness of Sir John Cheke, Lieutenant of the Tower—Ineffectual attempts to be released or bailed—indicts the witnesses against him ..."

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