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indicted

[ in-dahy-tid ]
/ ɪnˈdaɪ tɪd /
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adjective
having been charged with an offense or crime, especially legally or formally:New information released yesterday about the indicted former state senator underscores the need for a change in the way politics is done in the state.
noun
Usually the indicted . a person or persons who have been formally charged with an offense or crime: From a legal standpoint, there is no concrete evidence against the indicted yet.
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OTHER WORDS FROM indicted

un·in·dict·ed, adjective
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