Definition: Impunity (pronounced imˈpyo͞onitē); Latin; noun
1. Exemption from punishment or freedom from the injurious consequences of an action.
Why I love this word:
Yesterday's word was about being habitually rebellious. Now today's word is about still being rebellious, but not having to suffer the consequences of your actions. If someone has committed a punishable offense but does not have to fear punishment, he or she does it "with impunity."
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