Impels [verb]

Definition of Impels:

prompt, incite

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Opposite/Antonyms of Impels:

Sentence/Example of Impels:

He saw enough in her face to impel him to take her hand and hold it while he said his lingering good night.

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

You alone, Madam, had the power to conquer my indolence, and to impel me to change my resolution.

Resist that inclination which seems to impel you to gloomy meditation, solitude, and melancholy.

Various motives impel the living to treat with respect the body from which life has departed.

Outwardly the Syndic was cool, inwardly he was at a white heat that at any moment might impel him to the wildest action.

So complex is the human spirit that it can itself scarce discern the deep springs which impel it to action.

She saw him attempt most ridiculously to impel the trunk upwards by a similar process, and thought it time to interfere.

The noble grey fairly flew over the ground, and Roderick saw from the first that he would have to restrain rather than impel him.

And who will doubt which of these alternatives the gallantry of an American army would impel them to choose!