- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of impugn.
“Naturally, I don't want anything that impugns the integrity of the industry.”
“Lungren interrupted with a point of order, asking that Blumenauer's words be "taken down" -- a form of mild censure for "unparliamentary" language that impugns another member's motives.”
“Nothing in the signs impugns the reputation of the Beach Club or insinuates that it is guilty of criminal conduct.”
“Where Dawkins goes wrong (and here his prejudices become transparently obvious) is when he impugns religion as the source of the abuse instead of impugning the prevailing worldview of the society.”
“Durbin is a smokin 'twit if he thinks "exposing" a publicly released twitter somehow impugns DeMint or the Republican party.”
“Refusing to recognize that impugns any point of celebrating it.”
“He impugns her character in a two-minute intellectual rant!”
“Hence, even if they were sampling accurately in other ways, which they are not, the inability to include this cohort in their findings impugns the results 'integrity.”
“Hoitz wears black-leather sports jackets and impugns Gamble's masculinity, finally resorting to animal metaphors.”
“Commit that the Democratic National Committee, and anyone speaking on its behalf, will not attack the patriotism of critics of the war, nor accuse critics of the war of "rooting for failure," nor of "wanting to cut and run," nor of "not supporting our troops," nor engage in any other attack which impugns the motives of critics of the war.”
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