impel[ im-pel ]SEE DEFINITION OF impel
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMPEL
The smoke seemed to impel some terrific force into his gaunt frame.
But a solemn sense of duty seemed to impel him to this task.
They were not many, but enough to impel me to a quick resolve.
Wounded pride, did he love her deeply, might now impel him to be silent.
What is there about Mr Glass and his money troubles that should impel such urgency?
Sara, examine your own heart; it is vanity and selfish ambition which impel you.
Rage, the passion that burns within me, will impel me to profit by it.
Still, his curiosity does not impel him to importunate inquiry.
Everard felt a sudden impulse that seemed to impel him, in spite of himself.
They seem to understand the purpose and foresee the results, and these impel them to act.