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by Bryan A. Garner
See impugnment. Oppugn and repugn are less frequently encountered than impugn. Oppugn = to controvert or call into question; to fight against. Repugn is an archaism meaning “to offer opposition or strive against; to affect disagreeably or be ...
by William Dwight Whitney
impugnment (im-pun'ment), ft. [< impugn + -ment.] The act of impugning, ...
The Century Dictionary (1889)
An Encyclopedic Lexicon of the English Language
impugnment (im-pun'ment), n. [< impugn + -menu] The act of impugning, ...
A Literary and Biographical History, Or Bibliographical Dictionary, of the English Catholics: A-Curr (1885)
by Joseph Gillow
Since Voltaire's impugnment, the Letters have been generally assumed to be apocryphal, although it is acknowledged that the writer has traced pretty faithfully the character, and many of the sentiments, of that distinguished Pontiff. The Abbd ...
by John Henry Blunt
'' and whose impugnment of the ...
A Complete Encyclopedic Lexicon, Literary, Scientific, and Technological by John Ogilvie
IMPUGNMENT 576 IN ...
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