impinge

[ im-pinj ]SEE DEFINITION OF impinge

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMPINGE

The word that did impinge on his consciousness did so with a shock.

Sound comes to us in the guise of air-waves, which impinge upon the drum of the ear.

He was the only man in England whose career might impinge upon mine.

Above all: will the browns tend to impinge on white race-areas as the yellows show signs of doing?

At the same time a wave of intense virility seemed to surge out from him and impinge upon her.

The imagination of the line is meant to be impressed by the spectacle of the heavy mass about to impinge on it.

But this fact did not impinge upon Harley now, when he read the despatch preparatory to filing it at Chicago.

There is the dog country and the deer country, and the two do not impinge upon each other.

India, despite important contributions to Chinese religious thought, was too far away to impinge greatly upon the Chinese.

It did not impinge on his own jealously guarded circle of activity, on his own task of bringing a fugitive to justice.

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