impeachment[ im-peech-muh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF impeachment
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In the Andrew Johnson impeachment case was it not better that things were as they were?
"Ah, no," she pleaded—she knew how true was the impeachment.
That fat fool Albemarle had swallowed my impeachment like a draught of muscadine.
He admitted the impeachment in the midst of his astonishment with an abruptness equal to her own.
The Commons insisted on carrying his impeachment to the bar of the Lords.
The foundations of the Impeachment were shown to be too slender.
His essay on the Impeachment of Warren Hastings shows this trait.
For one impeachment of the slave system, a thousand defences are made.
They began to talk of impeachment in 1866, but could find no basis for it.
The Tenure-of-Office Act furnished the pretext for impeachment.
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