Origin of arraignment
Related formsnon·ar·raign·ment, noun
Examples from the Web for arraignment
His attorney says he will be pleading not guilty at his arraignment in December.
The arraignment ended with us being everything we truly are and nothing we are really not.Gripping His Koran, Anas al-Liby Has His Day in Court|Michael Daly|October 16, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The arraignment concluded as usual, with the exception of the judge inquiring about classified material.
The arraignment of Sulaiman Abu Ghaith was just another hearing in Manhattan federal court.
Prosecutors planned to ask that bail be set at $100,000, and an arraignment date will be determined later.Pendleton Marines’ Car Crash Raises Questions of Alcohol Abuse in Military|Jamie Reno|June 17, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The first of these was an arraignment of the mechanical spirit of the age.From Chaucer to Tennyson|Henry A. Beers
In his speeches there was no challenge, no vituperation, no irony, no arraignment.Little Journeys to the Homes of the Great, Volume 7|Elbert Hubbard
This observation, more profound perhaps than she herself was aware, is an arraignment of pedantry in execution.The Mind of the Artist|Various
This arraignment of his memory was in pure jest, for the doctor's mind was to the end like an unclouded crystal.Ponkapog Papers|Thomas Bailey Aldrich
He looked fixedly at Firmstone, as he ended his arraignment.Blue Goose|Frank Lewis Nason