impeach[ im-peech ]SEE DEFINITION OF impeach
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMPEACH
I denounce this person as a liar, and impeach him as a coward.
She will be in a state of mind to impeach the justice of the Republic.
Some fool, it appeared, wanted to impeach Babberly, and Babberly said that he wanted to be impeached.
In a crowded House, he arose to impeach his enemies and traducers.
Do you mean to impeach my attestation of Sir William's signature?
Are we to impeach the President for what he may do in the future?
In February, 1868, the House of Representatives voted to impeach him.
In truth we impeach the goodness of Him who was the author of the institution.
Nevertheless the house resolved to impeach him without a division.
Let those who are greater, and wiser, and purer than Washington, impeach him.