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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishimpunityim‧pu‧ni‧ty /ɪmˈpjuːnəti/ noun   do something with impunity
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impunityAbolishing impunity within the government is critical to the process.In return they receive fat pay packets and impunity.The satellite, therefore, with its celestial impunity was the perfect platform.A general sense of impunity has added greatly to this situation.An officer who wants to take it easy, for example, or run personal errands can do so with virtual impunity.Though of no legal effect, it can be used, apparently with impunity, to mislead a buyer about his rights.The employment protection legislation operates to restrict the grounds on which an employer can terminate the contract of employment with impunity.For if a libertine knows he can indulge himself with impunity, he will throw all cautions to the winds.
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