Definition of impassion
: to arouse the feelings or passions of
Examples of impassion in a Sentence
the obvious intent of the documentary was to impassion viewers to do something about global warming
Recent Examples of impassion from the Web
Meryl Streep’s impassioned speech about the likely rough road ahead was the night’s crowning moment, while other actors took zingier shots.
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Origin and Etymology of impassion
probably from Italian impassionare, from in- (from Latin) + passione passion, from Late Latin passion-, passio
First Known Use: 1591See Words from the same year
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