verb (used with object), em·pan·eled, em·pan·el·ing or (especially British) em·pan·elled, em·pan·el·ling.
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OTHER WORDS FROM empanelun·em·pan·eled, adjectiveun·em·pan·elled, adjective
Example sentences from the Web for empanel
A new grand jury was empaneled Friday and met Monday to hear new Capitol cases, according to the indictment.First indictment in Capitol riot charges Ala. man who allegedly brought molotov cocktails|Spencer Hsu, Shayna Jacobs|January 12, 2021|Washington Post
I mean, you would think it would take 52 seconds just to describe each particular case the grand jury had been empanelled to hear.The Grand Jury Voting on One Case Every 52 Seconds|Andrew Cohen|February 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
While little noticed, a grand jury was empanelled to indict Assange in 2010, initially seeking charges under the Espionage Act.Pentagon Papers Lawyer James Goodale: It’s Time for Eric Holder to Resign|James C. Goodale|May 30, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Turning short at the head of this, Tate opened a small empanelled door, and with a gesture of caution moved forwards.The Knight Of Gwynne, Vol. I (of II)|Charles James Lever
A jury was empanelled—fifteen men, as required by the law of Scotland.The History of Burke and Hare|George Mac Gregor
But before a jury was empanelled the November ballot gave the Prosecution its "coup de grace."Port O' Gold|Louis John Stellman
When the coroner arrived, soon after six o'clock, a jury was empanelled and witnesses sworn.The Daughter of Anderson Crow|George Barr McCutcheon
A common program was drafted, joint election committees were empanelled, and fusion candidates were set up.