- Why observe quotas if you think your neighbour can haul in catches with impunity?
- Such was his dominance of global petroleum that he could do this with impunity throughout America, Europe and Asia.
[noun] Exemption from punishment or freedom from the unpleasant results of something that has been done
impunity一词源自于拉丁语impunis（不受惩罚的），由否定前缀in-加上poena（惩罚）构成。常见用法为do sth with ~，即可以做（坏）事而免受惩处，若需强调还可说with apparent ~。
This unlimited power of doing anything with impunity, will only beget a confidence in kings of doing what they list [desire].
- Certain beetles have learned to detoxify [willow] leaves in their digestive tract so they can eat them with impunity.
- immunity: protection or exemption from something, especially an obligation or penalty
- indemnity: security or protection against a loss or other financial burden
- exemption: the action of freeing or state of being free from an obligation or liability imposed on others