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  • v. Present participle of indite.


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  • How man of the cases where a person was killed in police custody has ended up with an investigating inditing the police of wrongdoing?

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  • The FBI announced today that is is inditing Mozilo on charges of excessive tanning.

    Jack Hidary: FBI Nabs Countrywide's Mozilo for Overtanning

  • Purcell contributed the magnificent anthem My heart is inditing to James II's coronation in 1685.

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  • Wherefore, it was our purpose to have prayed you heartily to come to this our barren Highland country to kill a stag, and to treat of the matters which we are now more painfully inditing to you anent.

    The Bride of Lammermoor

  • Almost exactly at the date when Ibsen was inditing the sharp couplets of his Love's Comedy, Tennyson, in Sea

    Henrik Ibsen

  • While I was inditing the goodly matter which my readers have just perused, I might be said to go through a course of breaking-in to stand criticism, like a shooting-pony to stand fire.

    The Surgeon's Daughter

  • And going to the extent of inditing a head of a state who was credited by the international community to stopping the longest running civil war in Africa.

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  • M. de Nueil was far too deeply in love to sleep; he rose and betook to inditing letters, but none of them were satisfactory, and he burned them all.

    The Deserted Woman

  • Miss Seward is inditing her elegant descriptions for the use of her admiring circle.

    Castle Rackrent

  • By her light I am inditing these words to thee, my Algernon.

    The Memoirs of Mr. Charles J. Yellowplush


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  • Putting into words; composing.

    December 17, 2007