Impanel

/ɪmˈpan(ə)l/

Origin

1375–1425; late Middle English empanellen < Anglo-French empaneller. See em-1, panel (Source: dictionary.com)

Late Middle English from Anglo-Norman French empaneller, from em- ‘in’ + Old French panel ‘panel’. (Source: lexico.com)

Definitions of Impanel

Impanel

verb (used with object)

  1. to enter on a panel or list for jury duty.
  2. to select (a jury) from the panel.
  3. to enter names on a panel or other official list.

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Impanel

verb

  1. a variant spelling (esp US) of empanel

dictionary.com

Impanel

verb

  1. Enlist or enrol (a jury).

lexico.com

Impanel

verb

  1. : to enroll in or on a panel impanel a jury

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Example sentences for Impanel

  1. Brooklyn district attorney Ken Thompson explained his decision to impanel a grand jury in a statement released Friday.
  2. No only sheriffs, but their employees who impanel juries or execute process in the courts shall take an oath of office.
  3. Seventy-two days were required to impanel the jury before which Ruef was tried, fifty days being devoted to actual court work.
  4. I expect to impanel a new grand jury along in January and I wouldn't be surprised ef they looked into the matter purty thoroughly.

Nearby words

impairment , impala , impale , impalpable , impanation , impar , imparadise , imparipinnate , imparisyllabic , imparity

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