Definition of "indict"
  1. The action of formally accusing someone of a criminal offense, following the clear determination or disclosure by a grand jury in accordance with legal procedures
How to use "indict" in a sentence
  1. The prosecution was ready to indict the man for the serious charges of embezzlement.
  2. Before any trial could begin, the grand jury needed to indict the defendant for his alleged crimes.
  3. If enough evidence is presented, the grand jury will indict the suspect involved in the robbery.

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