Impeached in a sentence

Definition of Impeached

simple past tense and past participle of impeach | (United States Law) Removed from office in accordance with Article II, Section 4 of the United States Constitution.

How to use Impeached in a Sentence?

  • There was no evidence which impeached his official or personal integrity in business.
  • He has secured a verdict that is scarcely to be impeached or influenced by exceptional criticism.
  • The dignity of the presidential office is not accepted as a reason why the incumbent should not be impeached and tried.
  • Hanged if I don't get that villain Albert impeached when I reach England, that's all!
  • The drummer impeached his companion, who was perhaps the most guilty of the two, and they were both that night lodged in the dungeon.
  • At last he was impeached and tried for his cross-grained, contrary measures, but escaped conviction by the smallest majority.
  • But in spite of this Roosevelt demanded once more that the judge be impeached and kept up his demand until he was supported by certain newspapers.
  • Anybody who impeached Newton on existing evidence might as well have been squaring the circle, for any attention he would have got.
  • In every state the judges could be impeached by the lower branch of the legislature and expelled from office on conviction by the senate or other tribunal, as the constitution prescribed.
  • They thought it was the doing of the governor, and a governor, though his proceedings might be impeached after his term of office, was not a person with whom it was safe to remonstrate.

Short Example Sentence for Impeached

  • The House impeached the President.
  • He was impeached by his political opponents, but unsuccessfully.
  • You who are already gravely impeached in the indictment I have formulated!
  • A few days after, at Nottingham, they were impeached of high treason.