\ɪndˈa͡ɪtmənt], \ɪndˈaɪtmənt], \ɪ_n_d_ˈaɪ_t_m_ə_n_t]\
Definitions of INDICTMENT
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n. Act of indicating or state of being indicted ;- a written accusation or formal charge of a crime, preferred to a court by a grand jury under oath ; in Scotâ€™s law, the form of process by which an accused party is charged at the instance of the Lord- Advocate or public prosecutor ;- the paper parchment on which a charge or accusation is written â€“ called bill of indictment;- accusation in general ; impeachment ; allegation of high misdemeanour.