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"Impeach Meaning"

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Word Example of - Impeach

Example Sentences for impeach

Do not think, however, that in making this observation I intend to impeach the character of Philip van Artevelde himself.

In February, 1868, the House of Representatives voted to impeach him.

I impeach him in the name of all the Commons of Great Britain, whose national character he has dishonoured.

In truth we impeach the goodness of Him who was the author of the institution.

The attempts afterwards to impeach this verdict and introduce another cause of death do not seem to be successful.

I denounce this person as a liar, and impeach him as a coward.

This machine has nothing to impeach the novelty of Hussey's inventions.

She will be in a state of mind to impeach the justice of the Republic.

They say, "Why don't you bring somebody to impeach Mr. Jacob Rehm?"

Some fool, it appeared, wanted to impeach Babberly, and Babberly said that he wanted to be impeached.

Word Origin & History of - Impeach

    Word Origin & History

    impeach c.1380, "to impede, hinder, prevent," from Anglo-Fr. empecher, from O.Fr. empeechier "hinder" (12c.), from L.L. impedicare "to fetter, catch, entangle," from L. in- "in" + pedica "shackle," from pes (gen. pedis) "foot." Sense of "accuse a public officer of misconduct" first recorded 1568, via confusion with L. impetere "attack, accuse."

The Definition of - Impeach (verb)

    verb (used with object)
    to accuse (a public official) before an appropriate tribunal of misconduct in office.
    Chiefly Law. to challenge the credibility of:
    to impeach a witness.
    to bring an accusation against.
    to call in question; cast an imputation upon:
    to impeach a person's motives.
    to call to account.
    Obsolete. impeachment.