Impelled [verb]

Definition of Impelled:

prompt, incite

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Sentence/Example of Impelled:

Humans in different places and times have felt impelled to overcome the limitations of pictures in communicating.

But like the bee, while impelled by an instinct that makes it search for sugar, it sucks in therewith its solid sustenance.

A quick impulse that was somewhat spasmodic impelled her fingers to close in a sort of clutch upon his hand.

The characters which crowd forth from his brain are sustained and impelled by the same social waves which sustain and impel us.

The work which it does is performed by the hard substances that are impelled by the current, principally by the sand and pebbles.

As if impelled by the voice, Lawrence turned his head and looked into the blazing eyes of Billy.

After that he and Mert, as by a common thought impelled, climbed out and went over to a bushy live oak to confer in privacy.

Two rowboats were hastily started out from the beach, and, impelled by strong arms, surged toward the canoe.

The force of feeling which impelled him so mastered her that when he gravely took her hand she did not withdraw it.

Yet he knew very well that it was the stirring and deepening of his whole being produced by love that had impelled him to do it.