- v. Simple past tense and past participle of impinge.
“AMPUTATION When worsel's hard-driven call impinged upon the Port Admiral's Lens he dropped everything to take the report himself.”
“Putting aside both his monumental fielding failure and his nice stroke up the middle which earlier helped establish the lead that his error would nearly destroy, it seems to me Delgado has gone back to playing "impinged," and as anyone with half a brain (read: not Omar) could have told you his "bargain" contract option as a first baseman and as a big bat was a trap that the Mets fell right into.”
“Long before there were gods or religion of any kind, You impinged on his existence at every turn, flowing in and out of him, making him smell this smell or think that thought, whether he liked it or not.”
“Antagonisms within the military impinged on American success.”
“The price of mortgage money is going to go up, and the availability of mortgage money may also be impinged," says Keith Gumbinger , vice president at HSH Associates, which tracks mortgage data.”
“If they truly believe that their rights are impinged upon they have both the money and other resources to access court to enforce their rights … but a can of worms of such magnitude will be opened up that most do not want to go this route.”
“Even before the stunning development of bin Laden's death, the news had impinged on Sunday's prime time.”
“In my town there is a wealthy and well connected country club with a golf course that has impinged on land belonging to the Edijo Lerdo.”
“It struck me forcibly that trying to read Le Clezio when I was not about to teach it made it a process that simply impinged in a distressing way on my tender heart.”
“This caused them huge anxiety, and it even impinged on their joint project – my father's work.”
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