Definition of Impeach
To hinder, impede, or prevent. | To bring a legal proceeding against a public official. | To charge with impropriety; to discredit; to call into question. | (law) To demonstrate in court that a testimony under oath contradicts another testimony from the same person, usually one taken during deposition.
Short Sentences for Impeach
- 1. I impeach you, pedlar. 🔊
- 2. We must impeach either his sense or his sincerity. 🔊
- 3. Can the reader wonder that these facts are held to impeach the orthodox faith? 🔊
- 4. In the name of humanity let us impeach war and the war spirit. 🔊
- 5. Who'll dare impeach it, This innocent transaction? 🔊
- 6. This machine has nothing to impeach the novelty of Hussey's inventions. 🔊
How to use Impeach in Sentences?
- 1. He would impeach all his partners, acknowledge his errors, and promise once more to reform. 🔊
- 2. His political enemies tried to in this way impeach the courage of the President. 🔊
- 3. Why,' he said, 'I met Adderley, now in the Lords, who once wanted to impeach me. 🔊
- 4. But it may act as his accuser before that body, and impeach him for any offense that he may have committed. 🔊
- 5. In the name of God I impeach the municipal authorities of many of our cities, that they neglect to execute the law. 🔊
- 6. This was simply an adaptation of the English practice which allowed a majority of the Commons to impeach and a majority of the Lords to convict. 🔊