impeachability

impeachability
I noun blame, blameworthiness, censurability, chargeability, culpability, discredit, dishonor, disrepute, grave culpability, guiltiness, liability, peccability II index guilt

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  • impeachability — See impeachable. * * * …   Universalium

  • impeachability — noun The state or condition of being impeachable. Ant: unimpeachability …   Wiktionary

  • impeachability — noun the state of being liable to impeachment • Syn: ↑indictability • Derivationally related forms: ↑indictable (for: ↑indictability) • Hypernyms: ↑guilt, ↑g …   Useful english dictionary

  • impeachable — impeachability, n. /im pee cheuh beuhl/, adj. 1. making one subject to impeachment, as misconduct in office. 2. liable to be impeached. [1495 1505; IMPEACH + ABLE] * * * …   Universalium

  • culpability — I noun blame, blameworthiness, censurableness, chargeableness, criminality, delinquency, dereliction, failure in duty, fault, guilt, guiltiness, improbity, misbehavior, misconduct, misdoing, peccability, peccancy, remissness, reprehensibility,… …   Law dictionary

  • dishonor — dis·hon·or 1 n: refusal on the part of the issuer (as a bank) to pay or accept commercial paper (as a check) when it is presented see also wrongful dishonor dishonor 2 vt: to refuse to pay or accept a bank dishonor ing the checks for insufficient …   Law dictionary

  • liability — li·a·bil·i·ty /ˌlī ə bi lə tē/ n pl ties 1: the quality or state of being liable 2: something for which one is liable: as a: a financial obligation: debt tax liability the bonds …   Law dictionary

  • impeachment — noun a) The act of impeaching a public official, either elected or appointed, before a tribunal charged with determining the facts of the matter b) the state of being impeached See Also: impeachability …   Wiktionary

  • discredit — I noun animadversion, aspersion, attaint, baseness, castigation, censure, condemnation, contumely, criticism, debasement, dedecus, degradation, denunciation, derogation, disapprobation, disapproval, disbelief, disesteem, disfavor, disgrace,… …   Law dictionary

  • guilt — n [Old English gylt delinquency]: the fact of having committed an offense esp. against the law not enough evidence to establish guilt compare innocence Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …   Law dictionary

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