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Tinker, an Indianapolis-based roaster, has imparted Conduit with just the right amount of body and bitterness at the finish.

The result will be a dog who becomes extra-sensitive and possibly fearful, but not one who understands what you mean to impart.

Not only does it impart a rich flavor, but it boosts the nutrient value of your food significantly.

An object’s momentum is its mass times velocity, so even a small object can impart significant momentum on a larger object if its relative velocity is high enough.

Feeling crushed by an intense stressor, such as abuse or a parent’s death, can impart a sense of helplessness.

The American system should take a lesson from Asian countries in imparting basic skills.

He had been just hours from departing on a 12-day trip London, imparting to his latest flock a new sense of needing a priest.

Hope-Jones' enthusiasm knew no bounds and he had the knack of imparting it to those who worked under him.

Of commercial fertilizers, Peruvian guano is doubtless one of the best—imparting both color and fineness to the leaf.

To acquire the power of thus imparting the highest pleasure by conversational powers, attention must be paid to literature.

It is so subtle a perception that even seasoned historians seldom have the power of imparting it.

They ensure a rapid improvement when mixed with other cattle, imparting their color and characteristics in an eminent degree.


On this page you'll find 28 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to imparting, such as: offering, allowing, awarding, bequeathing, null, and conferring.

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