impulsiveness

[ im-puhl-siv ]SEE DEFINITION OF impulsiveness

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMPULSIVENESS

Weakness and impulsiveness are found in love, as well as energy and perseverance.

The impulsiveness of her nature was displayed by her manner in accepting this favor.

But in this case we do not distrust your good intent, only your impulsiveness and inexperience.

He looked upon his duty as that of restraining and tempering Elwood's impulsiveness.

I have often heard you lecturing Audrey on her impulsiveness and want of common-sense.

Tollman's words, too, came with an impulsiveness which had been absent heretofore.

At length she spoke with the impulsiveness in her voice that he found so appealing.

She deeply regretted that her impulsiveness had rendered the revelation necessary.

Mr. Eldridge's impulsiveness and some of his individualities were reviewed.

The Cholacacans have all the vivacity and impulsiveness of southern nature.

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