impulsion definition

  • noun:
    • The act of impelling or the condition to be impelled: "i really do maybe not move . . . unless it is underneath the impulsion of a third party” ( Samuel Beckett).
    • An impelling power; a thrust.
    • movement generated by an impelling force; energy.
    • A wish or urge from within; an impulse.
    • The act of impelling or driving onward, and/or state to be impelled; the abrupt or momentary agency of a body in movement on another human body; in addition, the impelling power, or impulse.
    • Influence acting unexpectedly or temporarily on the head; sudden motive or impact; impulse.
    • The act of impelling or operating forward, or the condition to be impelled; the unexpected or temporary agency of a body in motion on another human body; in addition, the impelling force, or impulse.
    • Influence acting unexpectedly or temporarily in the mind; unexpected motive or influence; impulse.
    • The act of impelling or imparting an impulse; impelling power or action.
    • going or inciting influence on the mind; instigation; impulse.
    • a force that moves anything along
    • the work of applying force abruptly

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