Simple past tense and past participle of arraign. (verb)
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Use "arraigned" in a sentence
"She hasn ` t been arraigned, meaning formally charged yet."
"By then Saddam and eleven others had been "arraigned" on television in improvised proceedings of dubious meaning, which backfired politically when Saddam visibly summoned his powers of command and began to dominate the show."
"The police arraigned him on a count of making a threat of terrorism."