Examples of criminate in a Sentence
scornfully declaring that he was not the school's lone drug dealer, he immediately began criminating a host of confederates
Origin and Etymology of criminate
borrowed from Latin crīminātus, past participle of crīminārī “to make charges against, accuse,” derivative of crīmin-, crīmen “accusation, crime”
First Known Use: circa 1637
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