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(ĭm-păn′əl) also em·pan·el (ĕm-)
tr.v. im·pan·eled, im·pan·el·ing, im·pan·els or im·pan·elled or im·pan·el·ling also em·pan·eled or em·pan·el·ing or em·pan·els or em·pan·elled or em·pan·el·ling Law
1. To add or include (a person's name) on a list of persons selected for jury duty.
2. To select (a jury) for trial from such a list.

[Middle English empanellen, from Anglo-Norman empaneller : en-, in (from Latin in-; see in-2) + panel, piece of paper listing jurors, jury; see panel.]

im·pan′el·ment n.
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vb, -els, -elling or -elled, -els, -eling or -eled
(Law) a variant spelling (esp US) of empanel
imˈpanelment n
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(ɪmˈpæn l)

also empanel

v.t. -eled, -el•ing (esp. Brit.) -elled, -el•ling.
to enter on a panel for jury duty.
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Past participle: impanelled
Gerund: impanelling

I impanel
you impanel
he/she/it impanels
we impanel
you impanel
they impanel
I impanelled
you impanelled
he/she/it impanelled
we impanelled
you impanelled
they impanelled
Present Continuous
I am impanelling
you are impanelling
he/she/it is impanelling
we are impanelling
you are impanelling
they are impanelling
Present Perfect
I have impanelled
you have impanelled
he/she/it has impanelled
we have impanelled
you have impanelled
they have impanelled
Past Continuous
I was impanelling
you were impanelling
he/she/it was impanelling
we were impanelling
you were impanelling
they were impanelling
Past Perfect
I had impanelled
you had impanelled
he/she/it had impanelled
we had impanelled
you had impanelled
they had impanelled
I will impanel
you will impanel
he/she/it will impanel
we will impanel
you will impanel
they will impanel
Future Perfect
I will have impanelled
you will have impanelled
he/she/it will have impanelled
we will have impanelled
you will have impanelled
they will have impanelled
Future Continuous
I will be impanelling
you will be impanelling
he/she/it will be impanelling
we will be impanelling
you will be impanelling
they will be impanelling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been impanelling
you have been impanelling
he/she/it has been impanelling
we have been impanelling
you have been impanelling
they have been impanelling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been impanelling
you will have been impanelling
he/she/it will have been impanelling
we will have been impanelling
you will have been impanelling
they will have been impanelling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been impanelling
you had been impanelling
he/she/it had been impanelling
we had been impanelling
you had been impanelling
they had been impanelling
I would impanel
you would impanel
he/she/it would impanel
we would impanel
you would impanel
they would impanel
Past Conditional
I would have impanelled
you would have impanelled
he/she/it would have impanelled
we would have impanelled
you would have impanelled
they would have impanelled
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To enroll people as members of a jury.
Dictionary of Unfamiliar Words by Diagram Group Copyright © 2008 by Diagram Visual Information Limited
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.impanel - enter into a list of prospective jurors
list - include in a list; "Am I listed in your register?"
2.impanel - select from a list; "empanel prospective jurors"
choose, pick out, select, take - pick out, select, or choose from a number of alternatives; "Take any one of these cards"; "Choose a good husband for your daughter"; "She selected a pair of shoes from among the dozen the salesgirl had shown her"
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The Earl of Shaftesbury was not "acquitted" of treason in November 1681: An ignoramus verdict by a grand jury is not tantamount to acquittal, which was why Shaftesbury feared being indicted again for the same offense should a Tory grand jury be impaneled (271-273).