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ar·raign / əˈrān/ • v. (often be arraigned) [tr.] call or bring (someone) before a court to answer a criminal charge: her sister was arraigned on attempted murder charges. ∎  find fault with (someone or something); censure. DERIVATIVES: ar·raign·ment n.

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arraign

arraign XIV. — AN. araigner, areiner, OF. araisnier — Rom. *arratiōnāre, f. AR- + ratiō, -ōn- account, REASON.

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arraign

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