The police locked him in a cell, and made plans to arraign Picasso.
Secondly, I arraign it in the name of Freedom, as an unjustifiable departure from the original Antislavery policy of our fathers.
Let us arraign her before our sacred tribunal, and have her into court.
If I were to arraign you at all, it would be on the score of heartlessness.
It was for this that I arraigned my colleague, and that I intend to arraign him.
As soon as the barber was able to make himself heard again, he began to arraign both master and squire.
It was dangerous, but my purpose is not to arraign Ministers.
If he departed from the worship of God, the rest of the tribes did not arraign him as a subject, but attacked him as an enemy.
We decline to arraign our Creator for a deed which we have not even the means of knowing that He has done.
I have never met a man who could see his own faults and arraign himself at the bar of his own conscience.
late 14c., araynen, "to call to account," from Old French araisnier "speak to, address; accuse (in a law court)," from Vulgar Latin *arrationare, from Latin adrationare, from ad- "to" (see ad-) + *rationare, from ratio "argumentation, reckoning, calculation" (see ratio). Sense of "to call up on a criminal charge" is c.1400. The excrescent -g- is a 16c. overcorrection based on reign, etc. Related: Arraigned; arraigning.