impasse[ im-pas, im-pas ]SEE DEFINITION OF impasse
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMPASSE
"I live at the end of the Impasse des Bourdonnais," he said rapidly.
According to them, the investigation into the activities of that ship had come to an impasse.
"Seems to be an impasse, Mr. Cornell," he said with an amused smile.
He got round the impasse by kicking out the foot rest of the third chair.
Here was an impasse from which obviously there was but one method of extrication.
And mere abuse of those who point out the impasse cannot change the facts.
Brion was winning—if none of the watchers broke the impasse.
We had arrived at this impasse when the man suddenly reappeared, wiping his mouth.
Sally knows from her mother's tone of voice that they are approaching an impasse.
Impasse Robiquet at No. 81 dates from the fifteenth century.