Similar words: punitive, unity, community, opportunity, compunction, punish, impulse, punishment. Meaning: [ɪm'pjuːnətɪ] n. exemption from punishment or loss.
Random good picture Not show
1 These gangs operate with apparent impunity.
2 They continue to break the law with impunity.
3 Criminal gangs are terrorizing the city with apparent impunity.
4 You cannot break the law with impunity.
5 He behaved badly with impunity as he knew the teacher was weak.
6 In return they receive fat pay packets and impunity.
7 The victims could be blamed and punished with impunity.
8 The satellite, therefore, with its celestial impunity was the perfect platform.
9 Men can take off their shirts with impunity in public.
10 A general sense of impunity has added greatly to this situation.
11 Abolishing impunity within the government is critical to the process.
12 Flaws in the goods , Invalidity of impunity clauses.
13 Any nose may ravage with impunity a Rose.
14 The verdict seemed to be impunity.
15 It's astonishing that these criminals are free to walk the streets with impunity.
16 Most cases have never been investigated and extrajudicial killings have continued with impunity.
17 In no other circumstances would she have tolerated militant vigilantes operating with impunity so far beyond their own domains.
18 Candidates can not revise their own historic record with the same impunity before a population that has power to retrieve the past.
19 The employment protection legislation operates to restrict the grounds on which an employer can terminate the contract of employment with impunity.
20 An officer who wants to take it easy, for example, or run personal errands can do so with virtual impunity.
21 As many as 30m children are victimised by traffickers,(www.Sentencedict.com) largely with impunity.
22 Though of no legal effect, it can be used, apparently with impunity, to mislead a buyer about his rights.
23 Robby gorged himself on axle grease and I spurned the dreaded beets with impunity.
24 The charges brought against Raul Salinas were supposed to herald the end of impunity for powerful politicians and equal justice for everyone.
25 Behind such a solid platform Toulon's back row of Melville, Louvet and Loppy thrived, roaming the field with impunity.
26 No wonder princes had so long reserved the right to murder with impunity.
27 Back would come a creation which could, in some instances, be worn with impunity in front of the most discerning fashion couturier.
28 And all of this goes hand in hand with an air of impunity.
29 For if a libertine knows he can indulge himself with impunity, he will throw all cautions to the winds.
30 Social injustice in the forms of racial and sex discrimination, bullying and oppression of the weak and the poor often get away with impunity. Dr T.P.Chia
More similar words: punitive, unity, community, opportunity, compunction, punish, impulse, punishment, unit, unite, munitions, unitary system, affinity, university, campus, computer, punch, punctilious, unique, union, junior, uniform, run into, monitor, in itself, initial, communism, whimper, imply, penitent.