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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of impart.

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Examples

  • Admirable and truthful, indeed, is the expression imparted by the artist to the fleet General who suddenly became famous by being Twenty Miles away from the Post of Duty!

    Punchinello, Volume 1, No. 03, April 16, 1870

  • There can be no question that "his name imparted a strength to the movement no other would have given."

    Unitarianism in America

  • There was one grand amateur musical evening, at the end of which Edwin imparted to his sisters that he thought Harcourt was smitten with Rose, and that, as he was a good sort of fellow, and had never had any particular father and mother, he could marry to please himself, and a good contralto voice might catch him any day.

    The Semi-Detached House

  • a rebel, his wife Antonina, who enjoyed the secret confidence of the empress, communicated his feigned discontent to Euphemia, the daughter of the praefect; the credulous virgin imparted to her father the dangerous project, and John, who might have known the value of oaths and promises, was tempted to accept a nocturnal, and almost treasonable, interview with the wife of Belisarius.

    The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire

  • The caressing fondness with which he uttered the last word imparted to his seemingly supreme beauty an added warmth of appeal.

    The Patient Observer And His Friends

  • Canon is partly due to the desire of the Sinhalese to lose nothing of the sacred word imparted to them by missionaries from a foreign country, for repetition to this extent is not characteristic of Indian compositions.

    Hinduism and Buddhism, An Historical Sketch, Vol. 1

  • It is no less rendered necessary by the nature of the divine strength imparted, which is ever communicating itself, and like the ocean cannot but pour so much of its fulness as can be received into every creek and crack on its shore.

    Expositions of Holy Scripture Second Corinthians, Galatians, and Philippians Chapters I to End. Colossians, Thessalonians, and First Timothy.

  • Jupillon's smile had the jovial expression imparted by a wicked mouth, a mouth that was almost cruel at the corners of the lips, which curled upward and were always twitching nervously.

    Germinie Lacerteux

  • In preparation for this task, this final generation is being "imparted" with special supernatural gifts of the Holy Spirit that will allow them to wage spiritual warfare and take control of the earth from the devil and an array of demons.

    Bruce Wilson: Sarah Palin Linked to Second "Witch Hunter"

  • In preparation for this task, this final generation is being "imparted" with special supernatural gifts of the Holy Spirit that will allow them to wage spiritual warfare and take control of the earth from the devil and an array of demons.

    Bruce Wilson: Palin's Spiritual War Network Partners With Homeland Security

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