Synonyms for impeach
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Arraign is an official word; a person accused of crime is arraigned when he is formally called into court, the indictment read to him, and the demand made of him to plead guilty or not guilty; in more extended use, to arraign is to call in question for fault in any formal, public, or official way. One may charge another with any fault, great or trifling, privately or publicly, formally or informally. Accuse is stronger than charge, suggesting more of the formal and criminal; a person may charge a friend with unkindness or neglect; he may accuse a tramp of stealing. Censure carries the idea of fault, but not of crime; it may be private and individual, or public and official. A judge, a president, or other officer of high rank may be impeached before the appropriate tribunal for high crimes; the veracity of a witness may be impeached by damaging evidence. A person of the highest character may be summoned as defendant in a civil suit; or he may be cited to answer as administrator, etc. Indict and arraign apply strictly to criminal proceedings, and only an alleged criminal is indicted or arraigned. One is indicted by the grand jury, and arraigned before the appropriate court.
Arraign at the bar, before the tribunal, of or for a crime; on or upon an indictment.
Complete Dictionary of Synonyms and Antonyms
challenge the honesty or veracity of
"the lawyers tried to impeach the credibility of the witnesses"
charge (a public official) with an offense or misdemeanor committed while in office
"The President was impeached"
accuse, impeach, incriminate, criminateverb
bring an accusation against; level a charge against
"The neighbors accused the man of spousal abuse"
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I think Jerry Nadler decided to impeach the President the day the President won the election.
I think censure is just a way out, in other words, if the goods are there, you must impeach.
Government: A good government should always have the power to impeach, but never need to.
We do not now have the evidence all sorted out and everything to do an impeachment, before you impeach somebody, you have to persuade the American public that it ought to happen.
As I have stated many times, if House Democrats take over the House or Senate, there will be disruption to the Financial Markets. We won the Senate, they won the House. Things will settle down. They only want to impeach me because they know they can't win in 2020, too much success !
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