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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


Short "hint"

One who brings charges of improper conduct (particularly of an elected official)

Usage examples (8)
  • Where there is no impeacher running, we will run and support a write-in candidate, who will bring impeachment into the debate.
  • Independents leaned toward electing an impeacher, with 49.3 percent likely and 40.6 percent not likely to vote for a pro-impeachment candidate.
  • “But, sir,” answered the impeacher, “this is a case that admits of no delay; the person I have apprehended is a prisoner of consequence to the state.”
  • He would argue impeachment was certainly enough of shaming, the second president ever to be impeacher, but yet - they see some of the same qualities in Gore, not of... for more
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