Plus, Nick Summers on the school's troubling culture of impunity.
He was the emblem of the world of the privileged, odiously sure of their own impunity.
Years of friction, indignities, and the perception of impunity took their toll.
But now, we may all enjoy bean and veggie burgers with impunity.
Written Arabic is supposedly a required subject in Jewish junior highs, but schools ignore the requirement with impunity.
But such large masses are not unsettled with impunity; a tumult like this is, in itself, a lively source of alarm.
I could not help thinking that if I chose to keep the money, I might do so with impunity.
Perfect irresponsibility and impunity for every thing that will be spoken during this interview.
This I was most anxious to do, as in my party you could talk almost with impunity.
The birds might have lit upon his head and the squirrels might have run in and out of his pockets with impunity.
1530s, from Middle French impunité (14c.) and directly from Latin impunitatem (nominative impunitas) "freedom from punishment, omission of punishment," also "rashness, inconsideration," from impunis "unpunished, without punishment," from assimilated form of in- "not, opposite of" (see in- (1)) + poena "punishment" (see penal).