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  • noun Plural form of arraigner.

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Examples

  • In the second place -- turning now from the subject of sin to that of evil generally -- it may be worth while to remind ourselves of a fact which seems to be forgotten by some of the impetuous arraigners of the

    Problems of Immanence: studies critical and constructive

  • She stands defiant, arrogant, vigilant, on guard; flinging the lie in the teeth of her arraigners; quick to seize the slightest sign of feebleness in their attack; protesting her guiltlessness so loudly that she shouts truth down by brazen strength of lung; retiring at the close with taunts; blazing throughout with the intolerable lustre of some baleful planet.

    Sketches and Studies in Italy and Greece, Second Series

  • She stands defiant, arrogant, vigilant, on guard; flinging the lie in the teeth of her arraigners; quick to seize the slightest sign of feebleness in their attack; protesting her guiltlessness so loudly that she shouts truth down by brazen strength of lung; retiring at the close with taunts; blazing throughout with the intolerable lustre of some baleful planet.

    Sketches and Studies in Italy and Greece, Complete Series I, II, and III

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