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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of impawn.
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For every coin reason gets from Nature, the heart must leave a red drop impawned, the face must bear its scar.
But perhaps _imponed_ is pledged, _impawned_, so spelt to ridicule the affectation of uttering English words with French pronunciation.