|Arraigned||1. to call or bring before a court to answer to an indictment.|
2. to accuse or charge in general; criticize adversely; censure
|Blame, denounce, incriminate, inculpate (to charge with fault; blame; accuse)|
|Avowed||acknowledged; declared: an avowed enemy.||Acknowledged, professed|
|Desecrated||1. To divest of sacred or hallowed character or office.|
2. To divert from a sacred to a profane use or purpose.
3. To treat with sacrilege; profane.
|profane, outrage, violate|
assail, assault, set on, attack, defile
|Disrupted||To cause disorder or turmoil in: The news disrupted their conference.||Rattle, rummage, disarrange|
|Dominate||To rule over or govern; predominate||Boss, dictate, Bestride (to get or be astride of; have or place the legs on both sides of; to stand or tower over; dominate.), overshadow, prevail|
|Emasculated||1. To castrate|
2. To deprive of strength or vigor; weaken.
|Mulct||1. To deprive (someone) of something, as by fraud, extortion, etc.; swindle.|
2. To obtain (money or the like) by fraud, extortion, etc.
3. To punish (a person) by fine, esp. for a misdemeanor
|Penalize, gull, balk, victimize, swindle, rook, goldbrick, nobble, diddle, bunco, defraud, hornswoggle, short-change, con, rip off|
|Scourge||1. To whip with a scourge; lash.|
2. To punish, chastise, or criticize severely.
|Torment, whip, scorch, flog, pest|