with impunity

with impunity

without risk of punishment; with immunity from the negative consequences of an act; while being exempt from punishment. The diplomat parked in illegal parking spaces with impunity. Bob used his brother's property with impunity.
References in classic literature ?
Old friends cannot with impunity be sacrificed for new ones.
Such is the king to whom Viking chieftains bowed their heads, and whom the modern and palatial steamship defies with impunity seven times a week.
Hence, there is no legal protection in fact, whatever there may be in form, for the slave population; and any amount of cruelty may be inflicted on them with impunity.
The Scotia, divided into seven compartments by strong partitions, could brave with impunity any leak.
They passed some little time at the camp; saw, no doubt, that everything was conducted with military skill and vigilance; and that such an enemy was not to be easily surprised, nor to be molested with impunity, and then departed, to report all that they had seen to their comrades.
Moors and Jews sometimes place themselves under the protection of the foreign consuls, and then they can flout their riches in the Emperor's face with impunity.
You think so, because you're his sister; and, on that account, I'll forgive you; but nobody else should so disparage Arthur Huntingdon to me with impunity.
However, though he was not guilty of ill manners by rebuking a gentleman in his own house, he paid him off obliquely in the pulpit: which had not, indeed, the good effect of working a reformation in the squire himself; yet it so far operated on his conscience, that he put the laws very severely in execution against others, and the magistrate was the only person in the parish who could swear with impunity.
I consider jealousy, as you know, a humiliating and degrading feeling, and I shall never allow myself to be influenced by it; but there are certain rules of decorum which cannot be disregarded with impunity.
Those who enjoy the patronage of the power clique, including those from the IEBC, have always acted with impunity.
As long as ranches are somehow privatised and then fenced and guarded by police with no clarity about how the ownership came about, our police will act with impunity.
You kill with impunity," Duterte told the gathering for the 2016 Presidential Award for Child Friendly Municipalities and Cities in Malacaaang yesterday.
It is unacceptable that human rights continue to be violated today and still meet with impunity.
He deplored the human right abuses in Kashmir go with impunity and are backed by a dedicated political will by the Indian government.
ISLAMABAD -- 'There is a systematic erosion of freedom of expression in the name of ideology and national security on the one hand and crimes against media persons are being committed with impunity on the other'.