impugn[ im-pyoon ]SEE DEFINITION OF impugn
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMPUGN
If you do, he will have to swear to his words; and we are perfectly sure that no one will be found to impugn him.
But as you are about to stake your life on the issue, I cannot impugn your sincerity.
Neeld admitted that he had no reason to impugn the Major's character.
I will not impugn the 174intelligence of this jury by a review of the evidence in so plain a case.
Not being able to impugn her beauty, they attacked her costume.
Your loyalty is very touching, dear child, and I would be the last to impugn it.
"I am not attempting to impugn the qualifications of the witness," I snapped.
I impugn neither his morality nor his motives—only his rationality.
I do not wish to impugn his motives, mistaken as I suppose them.
For you—for any of us—to impugn the honesty of a man whose shadow we're not fit to walk in——!