non-arraignment

arraignment

[uh-reyn-muhnt]
noun
1.
an act of arraigning or the state of being arraigned.
2.
a calling into question or a finding fault, especially with respect to the value or virtue of something; critical examination.

Origin:
1400–50; late Middle English arainement < Middle French araisnement. See arraign, -ment

nonarraignment, noun
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arraignment
1540s, from O.Fr. araisnement, from araisnier (see arraign).
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