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Difference between 'Indict' and 'Indite'


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Indict
To indict is to accuse.

Indite
To indite is to compose or write.


Sample Usage

Indict
Whatever my fault,there need be no general indictment against me.

Indite
The clerk indited a letter but it was not approved by the official.


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