"Oppugn" [ uh-pyoon ] verb to doubt the authenticity of something Examples of oppugn in a sentence: At the garage sale I would oppugn the designer purses as knock-offs since they were being sold so cheaply. Oppugn was first recorded in English in the 15th century. It came to Middle English from the Latin verb oppugnare, which in turn derived from the combination of ob-, meaning "against," and pugnare, meaning "to fight."
Step onto the trails in The Artist's Path in 500 Walks, which takes readers around the world to the footpaths that inspired classic and contemporary works of art, music, and literature. Each walk is associated with a well-known artist, musician, or writer: the White Cliffs of Dover seen by Matthew Arnold, the landscapes of New Mexico through the eyes of Georgia O’Keeffe, the streets of Vienna once trodden by Beethoven, and many more. Each walk includes a description of the la