Definition of Impellent. Meaning of Impellent. Synonyms of Impellent

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Definition of Impellent

Impellent
Impellent Im*pel"lent, a. [L. impellens, p. pr. of impellere.] Having the quality of impelling.
Impellent
Impellent Im*pel"lent, n. An impelling power or force. --Glanvill.

Meaning of Impellent from wikipedia

- raising of water and occasioning motion to all sorts of mill work by the impellent force of fire, which will be of great use and advantage for drayning mines...
- raising of water and occasioning motion to all sorts of mill work by the impellent force of fire, which will be of great use and advantage for draining mines...
- his patent application, "A new invention for raiseing of water … by the impellent force of fire, which will be of great use and advantage for drayning mines…"...
- compulsory, depulse, depulsion, dispel, expel, expellent, expulsion, impel, impellent, impulse, impulsion, impulsive, impulsor, nonpropulsive, propel, propellent...
- obtains a patent for "A new invention for raising of water... by the impellent force of fire", a steam pump. November 14 – First Eddystone Lighthouse...
- took him five years to recover from the first one. He managed to restore impellent activity and speech after all three strokes. During years that p****ed...
- substantial reason or motive of the grant, or constitute merely a secondary or impellent cause of the concession. "Definition of OBREPTION". www.merriam-webster...
- Aquileia, he quit partially the job in Udine, motivating his decision with "impellent although honest reasons". He was accepted at Aquileia and moved there...
- nothing supernatural about Father Damien. He was a vigorous, forceful and impellent man with a big kindly heart in the prime of life and a jack of all trades...