Syria and Russia ignore the White House with impunity, while North Korea broke its only agreement with the Obama administration.
But four months later, the lack of retaliation sends a dangerous message to our enemies: Americans can be killed with impunity.
If you can wear fur with impunity at LPQ, you can wear it anywhere.
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).