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impacted forced closely into. [2 definitions]
impair to weaken, damage, or cause to diminish in value or quality.
impala a reddish brown African antelope known for its ability to leap and for the long, ridged, curved horns of the male.
impale to pierce and hold fast with a sharp-pointed instrument such as a spear. [2 definitions]
impalpable not subject to perception by touch; intangible. [2 definitions]
impanel to enroll on a list or panel for jury duty, or to select (a juror or a jury) from such a list.
impart to give all or a part of; bestow or transmit. [2 definitions]
impartial not partial or prejudiced; even-handed or objective.
impassable impossible to go past, through, over, or around.
impasse a situation that allows no escape or solution; stalemate. [2 definitions]
impassible not subject to feeling injury or pain. [2 definitions]
impassioned full of strong emotion; passionate.
impassive not having, showing, or responding to emotion; unfeeling, expressionless, or insensitive. [3 definitions]
impassivity the condition or quality of lacking or being unaffected by emotion.
impasto the thick application of paint on canvas, as in certain painting techniques, or the paint so applied.
impatience the quality or condition of lacking patience. [3 definitions]
impatiens a common flowering annual plant, related to the balsam and bearing small flat flowers in white or various shades of pink and red.
impatient unwilling to wait patiently or endure delay. [4 definitions]
impeach in an appropriate tribunal, to accuse of or charge with misconduct of public office. [2 definitions]
impeachable combined form of impeach.
impeachment an act of impeaching, esp. the presentation of formal charges against a public official.