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impeach

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of impeach

  1. 1 to make a claim of wrongdoing against the company's president has been impeached by the Securities and Exchange Commission Synonyms of impeach charge, criminate, defame [archaic], accuse, incriminate, indictWords Related to impeach blame, call (on), castigate, censure, condemn, criticize, damn, denounce, fault, impugn, reproach, reprobate; chide, rebuke, reprove, tax; appeal, arraign, book, cite, summon; prosecute, sue, try; frame, implicate, inculpate, inform (against), name, report; recriminate, retaliateNear Antonyms of impeach advocate, champion, defend; excuse, forgive, justify, pardon, remit, shriveAntonyms of impeach absolve, acquit, clear, exculpate, exonerate, vindicate

  2. 2 to demand proof of the truth or rightness of questionable methodology that should cause us to impeach the findings of this survey on obesity Synonyms of impeach contest, dispute, challenge, oppugn, query, questionWords Related to impeach doubt, mistrust; kick (about), object (to), protest; combat, fight, oppose, resistNear Antonyms of impeach back, defend, support; advocate, champion, promote; abide, endure, stomach, tolerateAntonyms of impeach accept, believe, embrace, swallow



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