Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • An abbreviation of imperative.
  • An abbreviation of imperative.

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Examples

  • Well, at leest ur imper….impra….impor…..pree tending tew bee Drakyoola, insted of taht UTHER gui….

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  • Our way of life, like the American way, is imper ct - o course it way?

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  • It was remarked sometimes, however, by those who knew them best, that the confidence between the two did not appear to be complete, since the wife was either very reticent about her husband's past life, or else, as seemed more likely, was imper - fectly informed about it.

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  • Apparently according to the Oxford English Dictionary, the term comes from the French “couvre, imper. of couvrir to cover + feu fire.”

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  • Kneeling near the edge of the water, he saw an almost imper - ceptible curve to the right in the tracks leading to the stream.

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  • It is an imper - fect skill, and I do not use it carelessly.

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  • And if love had been both general and imper at least society had not utterly abandoned her.

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  • In this instant, if that thought overpowers the boy or the man he can never become a bullfighter; but if, as in the case of little Juan G6mez, the imper - illed one dismisses that first fear and follows it with the vow 'I

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  • Their weapons had no effect; its wooden limbs were imper - vious.

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