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impeach
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Middlemarch
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impeach
Used in
Middlemarch
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  • I consider Mr. Tyke an exemplary man—none more so—and I believe him to be proposed from unimpeachable motives.  (not reviewed by editor)

  • "Nothing of the sort," said Mr. Brooke, smiling and rubbing his eye-glasses, but really blushing a little at the impeachment.  (not reviewed by editor)

  • And Mr. Casaubon had many scruples: he was capable of a severe self-restraint; he was resolute in being a man of honor according to the code; he would be unimpeachable by any recognized opinion.  (not reviewed by editor)

  • From the time of that parting, Dorothea, believing in Will's love for her, believing with a proud delight in his delicate sense of honor and his determination that no one should impeach him justly, felt her heart quite at rest as to the regard he might have for Mrs. Lydgate.  (not reviewed by editor)

  • Marriage, like religion and erudition, nay, like authorship itself, was fated to become an outward requirement, and Edward Casaubon was bent on fulfilling unimpeachably all requirements.  (not reviewed by editor)

  • But he was something more unmanageable than a dragon: he was a benefactor with collective society at his back, and he was at that moment entering the room in all the unimpeachable correctness of his demeanor, while Dorothea was looking animated with a newly roused alarm and regret, and Will was looking animated with his admiring speculation about her feelings.  (not reviewed by editor)

  • In conduct these ends had been attained; but the difficulty of making his Key to all Mythologies unimpeachable weighed like lead upon his mind; and the pamphlets—or "Parerga" as he called them—by which he tested his public and deposited small monumental records of his march, were far from having been seen in all their significance.  (not reviewed by editor)

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as in: impeach her testimony
as in: impeach the President
as in: impeach my courage
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