verb as in criticize, challenge
It’s more work for you, of course, but the goal is to ensure your behavior is above reproach while giving Wanda space to prove —or impugn — herself.
“I think the jury will see it as a desperate attempt to try and impugn his character,” Slotnick says.
The Secret Service is personal to the president, and its infractions impugn that trust.
Defense lawyers will look for inconsistencies in the same records as they try to impugn her credibility further.
Neeld admitted that he had no reason to impugn the Major's character.
To suppose them to have been otherwise would be to impugn the common sense of our ancestors.
I do not perceive that my associates impugn a single statement of fact contained in my note.
This practice is of such venerable antiquity, and so universal, that it would be vain to impugn it.
But without meaning to impugn his veracity, or to dispute the register, we may say that he has scarcely got anybody to believe it.
On this page you'll find 89 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to impugn, such as: assail, contravene, tar, attack, blast, and break.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.