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Impugn


IMPU'GN, verb transitive impu'ne. [Latin impugno; in and pugno, to fight or resist.] To oppose; to attack by words or arguments; to contradict. The lawfulness of lots is impugned by some, and defended by others.

The truth hereof I will not rashly impugn or over-boldly affirm.