What Does Indited Mean?

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Indicted means when someone is formally accused of a crime. This accusation is presented by the prosecuting attorney.
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in·dite
[in-dahyt]
VERB (USED WITH OBJECT) [IN·DIT·ED, IN·DIT·ING.]
1.
to compose or write, as a poem.
2.
to treat in a literary composition.
3.
Obsolete to dictate.
4.
Obsolete to prescribe.
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To be indicted means to be officially charged with a crime by a grand jury. They will then have to go to trial to defend themselves. You really do not want to go there.
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Incitement:1:an act of urging on or spurring on or rousing to action or instigating; 2:needed
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(ĭn-dīt') tr.v. , -dit·ed , -dit·ing , -dites . To write; compose. To set down in writing. Obsolete. To dictate. [Middle English enditen, from Old French enditer
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In legal terms, an indictment is a formal criminal charge. Otherwise, we mean it as an action that is a general criticism of something, "the students' refusal to attend the meeting
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