impulse[ im-puhls ]SEE DEFINITION OF impulse
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMPULSE
The impulse that had prompted him to hail her now prompted wild words.
Let her think that your own impulse leads you, and then she will yield.
Hope asked no questions, and hardly felt the impulse to inquire what had happened.
All at once an impulse of yielding which was really freedom came to her.
The impulse of one billiard-ball is attended with motion in the second.
Dick, spurred by impulse, left his alcove and entered the room.
Grant repressed an impulse to shout, and used the breath for an extra burst of speed.
Casanova's first impulse was to throw the contents of his glass in Lorenzi's face.
He spoke rapidly, in the grip of his first impulse to shield her from what she had done.
She resisted an impulse to say that she had broken the key in the lock and to send for the locksmith.