Definition of impugnable in English:

impugnable

adjective

  • See impugn

    • ‘I am, therefore, of the clear view that as a matter of English law, if unaffected by international considerations, the justices' decision is not impugnable as a matter of law in this court.’
    • ‘The plaintiff does not submit that the conduct is impugnable otherwise than under the Ontario Human Rights Act.’

Pronunciation

impugnable

/imˈpyo͞onəb(ə)l//ɪmˈpjunəb(ə)l/