from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An abbreviation of impersonal.
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He doesn't quite win points with me as an Elvis impers — wait, I mean "tribute artist."
_Libya, Africa_. licet, - ére, - uit or - itum est, impers., _is lawful_ or _permitted_.
_Brunanb. _, l. 45 (Bright).l. 1599. gewearð, impers. vb., = _agree, decide = many agreed upon this, that_, etc.
Some impers.vbs. take acc. (as here, Geat) of the person affected; others (as þyncan) take the dat. of the person, as at ll.
They assemble; impers. from _teca_, to place oneself, to lie down.
* All the information previously possessed in regard to the S.nto Domingo T.rtiarfes was derived from a Mr.T. S. Heneken, who sent to the Geological S.ciety of London a valuable collection of fossils, which formed the basis of some excellent impers by J. Moore, Geo.