(1) I specifically tried not to unfairly impugn the motives of anti-war types.(2) I really don't have a problem with the substance of his rejoinder, and I certainly did not mean to impugn his motives in my original post.(3) ├ö├ç├┐One can't throw out accusations which impugn the good name of people and question their motivation and commitment,├ö├ç├û said Ms Harrington.(4) And there is no reason to impugn the motives and/or professionalism of all of the other parties.(5) the father does not impugn her capacity as a good mother(6) Wrap himself in the flag and impugn the patriotism of any who would question his moral superiority.(7) The plaintiff does not submit that the conduct is impugnable otherwise than under the Ontario Human Rights Act.(8) Thanks to Clarke and Foster, such questions can now be asked openly, seriously, and without impugning the questioner's patriotism.(9) Millions of dollars have gone to help children, and I truly resent this man impugning my integrity.(10) Now actually look at what we say, rather than impugning our motives.(11) A defamatory statement is one which impugns another person's reputation or adversely affects his or her standing in the community.(12) I am, therefore, of the clear view that as a matter of English law, if unaffected by international considerations, the justices' decision is not impugnable as a matter of law in this court.(13) And I would hope that we can have this conversation and discuss what happened before and what went on before and what I said without impugning my credibility or my integrity.(14) So, too, the neoconservatives are trying to fend off critics by assassinating their character and impugning their motives.(15) When a president's honesty is impugned , the stakes are high.(16) He never impugns the motives of those about whom he writes.