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Definition of "impounding" [impounding]

  • Present participle of impound. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "impounding" in a sentence
  • "But after Watergate, Congress acted against the presidential practice of "impounding" -- not spending - monies Congress appropriated."
  • "I actually don't recall impounding the car at that time back in September, but we'll find out."
  • "If only the Denver Post and others were this consistent and demanding when it came to other laws currently on the books and that really matter and that actually save lives and protect US Citizen Tax Payers, such as impounding cars of unlicensed drivers and our federal immigration laws as well."