Impulsion in a sentence

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Definition of Impulsion

  • The act of impelling or driving onward, or the state of being impelled; the sudden or momentary agency of a body in motion on another body; also, the impelling force, or impulse.
  • Influence acting unexpectedly or temporarily on the mind; sudden motive or influence; impulse.
  • the act of applying force suddenly
  • a force that moves something along

How to use impulsion in a sentence. Impulsion pronunciation.

Païsie, un moine bulgare du mont Athos, faisait grand bruit en Russie; Venelin, Aprilov et leurs disciples imprimaient au slavisme une énergique impulsion.
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Et cette même impulsion, dans des circonstances séduisantes, l'égarait également en le conduisant au crime, tant il était jaloux de s'élever au-dessus ou de tomber au-dessous des hommes avec lesquels il se sentait condamné à vivre, et tant il se plaisait à se séparer par le bien et par le mal de tous ceux qui partageaient son état mortel!
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Every idea or movement doubtless originates with somebody but back of such “originations” or initiations there are favoring conditions, forces and impulsions.
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In this part of the Union the impulsion of political activity was given in the townships; and it may almost be said that each of them originally formed an independent nation.
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For though going at a certain pace, it was by his own impulsion; and I am afraid I must, with many apologies, compare him to the skater-to the skater on easy, slippery ice, be it understood; but he could perform gyrations as he went, and he rather sailed along than dashed; he was careful of his figuring.
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Then, under the impulsion of a generous thought, he offered to give me a thousand ounces if you will marry him.
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Chacun se dirigea suivant son impulsion.
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They seem to have required absolutely no impulsion from without.
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The record officer of the Canadians makes this comment of the detailed fighting: The story of the second battle of Ypres is the story of how the Canadian division, enormously outnumbered-for they had in front of them at least four divisions, supported by immensely heavy artillery, with a gap still existing, though reduced, in their lines, and with dispositions made hurriedly under the stimulus of critical danger, fought through the day and through the night, and then through another day and night; fought under their officers until, as happened to so many, those perished gloriously, and then fought from the impulsion of sheer valor because they came from fighting stock.
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This fiery spiritual impulsion at the centre and the source of things, ever burning in us, is the supremely important factor in our existence.
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Of love, the grand impulsion, we behold The love that lends her grace Among the starry fold.
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Her songs were shot off on the impulsion; prose was the heavy task.
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The succeeding couples, who had only to follow the figures already given, and thus continue the impulsion, were not permitted to drag themselves lazily and listlessly along the parquet.
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Peut-être aussi l'enlèvement dont il s'agit, fut-il motivé moins par une impulsion humanitaire que par quelque pari fait après boire.
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According to your Cartesians, everything is performed by an impulsion, of which we have very little notion; and according to Sir Isaac Newton, it is by an attraction, the cause of which is as much unknown to us.
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Sir Isaac might have answered these critics thus:-"First, you have as imperfect an idea of the word impulsion as of that of attraction; and in case you cannot conceive how one body tends towards the centre of another body, neither can you conceive by what power one body can impel another.
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At this time of their watch, the water close to them would be often agitated by some impulsion given it from a distance.
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La France entière sentira le contre-coup de cette impulsion salutaire.
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Lorsque l'année dernière, dans le conseil exécutif, je pris seul sur ma responsabilité les moyens nécessaires pour donner la grande impulsion, pour faire marcher la nation sur les frontières; je me dis: qu'on me calomnie, je le prévois, il ne m'importe; dût mon nom être flétri, je sauverai la liberté.
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A golden dolphin, which had been suspended from a beam, and on which the eye of every charioteer was fixed, dropped to the ground, a blast on the 'salpinx', or war-trumpet, was sounded, and forty-eight horses flew forth as though thrown forward by one impulsion.
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Examples of Impulsion

Example #1
Bulgares subirent surtout l'influence de la révolution grecque de 1821, cette fille posthume de la Révolution française, et qui la première déchira le pacte de la Sainte-Alliance.
Example #2
D'autre part, le courant panslaviste se manifestait dans le grand empire du Nord dès 1780.
Example #3
Son esprit, les abhorrant, avait fixé son trône loin de ce monde, dans des régions qui lui étaient propres.
Example #4
Là, méditant froidement sur tout ce qui se passait au-dessous d'elles, son sang paraissait alors couler plus calme.
Example #5
The stage is set by life and the ages; the actor enters and the show begins.
Example #6
It is a very common, very erroneous, and very harmful belief that war was created solely by a “war-lord.