Cruz, on the defensive, replied that he hadn't "impugned [Hagel's] character."
We know that Chrysippus impugned the doctrine of Diodorus, but I do not see how.
There was irritation in his voice, as though Mike had impugned the memory of a friend.
For if mind is supposed, on no matter how small a scale, to be a cause of motion, the fundamental axiom of science is impugned.
“And impugned by three gentlemen,” said Bruce, who felt how thoroughly he was in disgrace.
Her character has been impugned by historians; even her most faithful champions have not pronounced her impeccable.
But I can correct it now, and shall do it; for now my motives cannot be impugned.
The sincerity of the fathers of the Republic was impugned he justified them.
But here again M. Rollinat's veracity is impugned on all sides.
I don't fully understand, but I feel that my chivalry is impugned.