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impugn

impugn


im·pugn  (m-pyn)
tr.v. im·pugned, im·pugn·ing, im·pugns
To attack as false or questionable; challenge in argument: impugn a political opponents record.

[Middle English impugnen, from Old French impugner, from Latin impugnre : in-, against; see in-2 + pugnre, to fight; see peuk- in Indo-European roots.]

im·pugna·ble adj.
im·pugner n.
impugn

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