Definition of Impugnable

1. Adjective. Subject to being discredited.

Similar to: Questionable



Definition of Impugnable

1. a. Capable of being impugned; that may be gainsaid.

Definition of Impugnable

1. Adjective. That can be impugned; open to (verbal) attack, open to question. ¹

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Definition of Impugnable

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Impugnable

imprudently
impræscriptible
imps
imps.
impuberal
impuberty
impudence
impudences
impudencies
impudency
impudent
impudently
impudicities
impudicity
impugn
impugnable (current term)
impugnation
impugnations
impugned
impugner
impugners
impugning
impugnment
impugns
impuissance
impuissances
impuissant
impulse
impulse-buy
impulse buy

Literary usage of Impugnable

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1. Report for the Year by National League for the Protection of the Family (U.S.) (1900)
"In some cases the marriage can be declared absolutely void and in others it is simply " impugnable." Marriages are also void if performed before an ..."

2. Journal by Royal Institution of Great Britain (1891)
"This town was once surrounded by walls of immense strength and must have been an almost impugnable ..."

3. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1849)
"In point of literary consistency the hero is at all events impugnable, though we cannot say as much for the heroine. As to Jane's character—there is none of ..."

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