Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The act of imparting or communicating; also, that which is imparted or communicated; communication; disclosure.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun rare The act of imparting, or that which is imparted, communicated, or disclosed.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun The act of imparting something, or the thing imparted.

Etymologies

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From impart +‎ -ment.

Examples

  • The mephasis at each stage of training is always on the impartment of high craftsmanship and teaching of mechanical skills with the help of practice-related exercises which should be given the biggest chunk of time your schedule.

    1. Objectives and Subject Matters of the Practical Vocational Training in the Techniques of “Fitting”

  • The emphasis at each stage of training is always on the impartment of high craftsmanship and teaching of mechanical skills with the help of practice-related exercises which should be given the biggest chunk of time in your schedule.

    1. Objectives and Subject Matters of the Practical Vocational Training in the Techniques of Making Pinned Joints

  • No antislavery man can wish me to do anything favoring such results, and no slaveholding reader has any right to expect the impartment of such information.

    My Bondage and My Freedom

  • No antislavery man can wish me to do anything favoring such results, and no slaveholding reader has any right to expect the impartment of such information.

    My Bondage and My Freedom. By Frederick Douglass. With and Introduction. By James M`Cune Smith.

  • No anti-slavery man can wish me to do anything favoring such results, and no slaveholding reader has any right to expect the impartment of such information.

    My Bondage and My Freedom. Part I.--Life as a Slave. Part II.--Life as a Freeman

  • On a pro-forma basis, excluding the restructuring and impartment charges and the intangible asset amortization charges, we generate pro-forma net income of 2.1 million, which equates to pro-forma diluted earnings per share of 2 cents.

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  • Jeannette left the chamber, the beating abated, wherefore it seemed to the physician he had gotten impartment of the cause of the young man's ailment, and after waiting awhile, he let call Jeannette to him, as he would question her of somewhat, still holding the sick man by the arm.

    The Decameron of Giovanni Boccaccio

  • From this standpoint, even if modern school has lost its monopoly in the impartment and management of knowledge confronting powerful, and perhaps more alluring, competitors such as the mass media and the Internet, none the less it retains entirely its social role (and there is no sign that it can be replaced by any other social institutions).

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  • (bookseller's value) some scraps of thought and feeling, or mere personal detail, or even commonplace (he must have been sovereignly commonplace) impartment of theatrical business news and gossip to his fellow-players, or Scotch Drummond, or my Lord Southampton, or the Dark

    Records of a Girlhood

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