impassion

verb im·pas·sion \ im-ˈpa-shən \

Definition of impassion

impassioned; impassioning play \im-ˈpa-sh(ə-)niŋ\
transitive verb
: to arouse the feelings or passions of

Examples of impassion in a Sentence

  1. the obvious intent of the documentary was to impassion viewers to do something about global warming

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Origin and Etymology of impassion

probably from Italian impassionare, from in- (from Latin) + passione passion, from Late Latin passion-, passio



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