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- adj. unpunished
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Unpunished.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
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Drink wasn't the cause but was used to impune and reproach.
So we'll just impune the insurance companies and the health care professionals.
I am outraged that the dems would impune this mans charachter by calling him a liar!
No sooner did President Obama try to shut you up by revealing his long form birth certificate, than you went on to impune his intelligence!
Is it really necessary to impune his honor, patriotism, and intelligence?
It would seem that proves my point - any dissent is disparaged with a quick swipe of integrity having no basis other than to impune and close down any discussion.
In saying this, I don't want to impune the integrity of Schwarz.
I want to remind you people that we are being monitored by the Ezra Kleins of the world trying to impune the reputation of this blog with calumny and lies since they cant do it any other way.
Nobody can impune any aspect of his character, his experience or his skills as a politician under any circumstances, because if they do, they are attacking a black man.
You all worship at Vince Cerf who has a clear financial interest in the outcome of this debate but you immediately castigate all of us who disagree and impune our motives.