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n.1.Act of impugning; opposition; attack.
A perpetual impugnation and self-conflict.
- Bp. Hall.
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It is important to show the consistency of this Oedipal trajectory, from Freudian psychoanalysis to its impugnation in Malinowski's anthropology.
Sharon Stone and her "karma" remark received overwhelming criticism and impugnation in Chinese society.
The suspect had been taken into custody by the Criminal Investigation Department and detained on Detention Order on the purported impugnation allegedly by one Mohamed Azhar, a resident of Flower Road, Colombo - 07 of the Colombo city to the Criminal Investigation Department.