from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • n. Plural form of impunity.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • Every voice in the great bright house was a call to the ingenuities and impunities of pleasure; every echo was a defiance of difficulty, doubt or danger; every aspect of the picture, a glowing plea for the immediate, and as with plenty more to come, was another phase of the spell.

    The Golden Bowl — Complete

  • Here was another instance of the impunities of wickedness.

    The Perpetual Curate

  • The group demanded that: "truly independent electoral body in appointment, operation and funding as well as credible voters 'register in which all Nigerians at voting age are registered, establishment of electoral offences Commission which will handle all the electoral impunities, and that all elections petitions be concluded before swearing in of victorious candidates," the group suggested.

    Thisday Online

  • "Apart from that, his government's mantra of the rule of law was appealing not only as one of the salient democratic ethos, but more as a reawakening in our justice system particularly against the background of the impunities of his predecessor and the draconian years of the military era".

    Thisday Online

  • Because the rich use their sex drive as evidence of the opportunities and impunities of wealth and power, sex is commercialised.

    Up Station Mountain Club

  • She said the fund would help women lobby for reconstruction in health, education and security, particularly in eliminating impunities and pursuing crimes committed against women and girls, such as politically motivated rape during last year's elections.

    AllAfrica News: Latest

  • "'Scuse me, Marse Gen'ul Jackson, but dese yer drams ain't got no impunities in 'em, Suh.

    Documenting the American South: The Southern Experience in 19-th Century America


Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.