Definition of Impugner

1. n. One who impugns.

Definition of Impugner

1. Noun. One who impugns; one who opposes or contradicts. ¹

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Definition of Impugner

1. one that impugns [n -S] - See also: impugns

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Impugner

impuberal
impuberty
impudence
impudences
impudencies
impudency
impudent
impudently
impudicities
impudicity
impugn
impugnable
impugnation
impugnations
impugned
impugner (current term)
impugners
impugning
impugnment
impugns
impuissance
impuissances
impuissant
impulse
impulse-buy
impulse buy
impulse buying
impulse buys
impulse control disorder
impulse control disorders

Literary usage of Impugner

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1. The Journal of Sacred Literature by John Kitto, Henry Burgess, Benjamin Harris Cowper (1850)
"We should have thought tha: this impugner of Bishop Pearson's orthodoxy was ... The impugner, however, goes on to cite, from the real Bishop Pearson, ..."

2. A Critical Pronouncing Dictionary, and Expositor of the English Language ...by John Walker by John Walker (1806)
"... and verbal nouns formed from them, as impugned, impugning, and impugner, ... pronunciation of the verbal nouns ; for he expunges the g in impugner, ..."

3. The History of the Reformation of Religion in Scotland by John Knox, William M'Gavin (1841)
"And so are ye clad rather with the personage of an impugner, nor [than] a ... Whether that I sustain the personage of an impugner, or of a defender, ..."

4. The Apostolicity of Trinitarianism: Or, The Testimony of History, to the by George Stanley Faber (1832)
"... it would be impossible to discover a single early impugner of our Lord's divinity or a single early maintainer of the mere humanity of Jesus, ..."

5. The Apostolicity of Trinitarianism: Or, The Testemony of History, to the by George Stanley Faber (1832)
"... it would be impossible to discover a single early impugner of our Lord's divinity or a single early maintainer of the mere humanity of Jesus, ..."

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