impellent[ im-pel-uh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF impellent
Synonyms for impellent
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMPELLENT
Every thought carries with it the impellent energy to effect its realization.
Full of wrath, I kicked their fires out, with my impellent boots, and gave the order to inspan and to follow me at once.
This conception of thought as impellent—that is to say, as impelling bodily activity—is of absolutely fundamental importance.
Cleve, noting the smile, divined something of the 166 impellent thought behind that smile, and he grew uneasy.