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synonyms for impinge

  • encroach
  • infringe
  • intrude
  • affect
  • disturb
  • influence
  • invade
  • meddle
  • obtrude
  • pry
  • touch
  • violate
  • bear upon
  • make inroads
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antonyms for impinge

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  • leave alone
  • avoid
  • dodge
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How to use impinge in a sentence

Justice Department guidelines require approval from the attorney general to investigate or charge a member of the news media with a crime, to ensure that law enforcement does not impinge upon freedom of the press.
JUDGE WANTS JUSTICE DEPARTMENT TO DETAIL DECISION ON CHARGING INFOWARS CORRESPONDENT ACCUSED IN JAN. 6 RIOTRACHEL WEINERAUGUST 24, 2021WASHINGTON POST
What’s more, if my hike is already impinged by sprockets, I don’t really need them to quantify their annoyance as if doing me a grand favor.
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If they rule in favor of the Catholic foster mothers and CSS, they risk impinging on the rights of LGBTQ Americans—and possibly others—not just among foster agencies, but in any government-sponsored program.
THE MOST POWERFUL COURT IN THE U.S. IS ABOUT TO DECIDE THE FATE OF THE MOST VULNERABLE CHILDRENBELINDA LUSCOMBEMAY 28, 2021TIME
A lot of rank-and-file voters will take notice when big brands speak out against measures that impinge on Americans’ right to vote.
MITCH MCCONNELL TRIES TO HAVE IT BOTH WAYS ON CORPORATE CASHPHILIP ELLIOTTAPRIL 7, 2021TIME
It is strange at such times how trivial things impinge on the consciousness with a shock as of something important and immense.
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The imagination of the line is meant to be impressed by the spectacle of the heavy mass about to impinge on it.
BATTLES OF ENGLISH HISTORYH. B. (HEREFORD BROOKE) GEORGE
There the tone is straightened out, and made to impinge on the roof of the mouth at a precisely defined point.
THE PSYCHOLOGY OF SINGINGDAVID C. TAYLOR
It did not impinge on his own jealously guarded circle of activity, on his own task of bringing a fugitive to justice.
THE SHADOWARTHUR STRINGER
Is such quick acceptance found now where Easterns and Westerns impinge?
THE INTEREST OF AMERICA IN SEA POWER, PRESENT AND FUTUREA. T. MAHAN
And yet there are always certain perfectly clear objectives upon which all the force of these half understood motives impinge.
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WORDS RELATED TO IMPINGE

  • act on
  • alter
  • change
  • disturb
  • impinge
  • impress
  • induce
  • influence
  • inspire
  • interest
  • involve
  • modify
  • move
  • overcome
  • perturb
  • prevail
  • regard
  • relate
  • stir
  • sway
  • touch
  • transform
  • upset
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