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Definition of the adverb Impassably
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- In an impassable manner.
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by Martin H. Manser
travelled through or over impassability impassably impasse difficult situation from which there does not appear to be a way of escape; deadlock impassioned or empassioned stirred with great emotion impassive not affected by emotion impassively impassiveness or impassivity impatient not patient or tolerant impatiently impatientness impeach to accuse of serious crime impeachable impeaches impeachment impeccable flawless impeccability impeccably impecunious having little or ...
The Oratorical Dictionary (1835)
by John Newland Maffitt
impassably. - impatronice. IM o v. To accuse by public authority; to accuse of a crime; to call to account, pr. par, impeaching; past, impeached: s, impeachment: adj.impeachably , IMPEARL". ".
by Alf Dray
immemorially immensely immethodically imminently immitigably immoderately immodestly immodesty immorally immortally immovably immunochemically immutably impalpably impartially impartibly impassably impassibly impassively impatiently impeccably impecuniously impenetrably impenitently imperatively imperceptibly imperfectly imperialistically imperially imperiously imperishably impermissibly impersonally.
Containing Nearly Every Word in the English Language, and Exhibiting the Plurals of Nouns and the Participles of Verbs; Being Also Particularly Adapted to the Use of Academies and Schools
impassably. IMPASSION. v. To move with passion; to affect strongly. pr. par. impassioning; past, impassioned. IMPATIENCE. s. Inability to suffer pain, or delay; vehemence of temper. adj. impatient: adv, impatiently. IMPEACH'. v. To accuse by public authority. pr. par. impeaching; past, impeached ; s. impeachment: adj. impeachably. IMPEARL. v. To form in resemblance of pearls; to decorate as with pearls, or par. impearling; ast, impearled. PEC CABLE . adj.
adv: impassably n: impassability (n) 1. position or situation from which there can be no ...
by Frederick Poynder
Impassably mper'viousness, ».
Encyclopedia of Idaho (2001)
by Nancy Capace
It has a rolling and often impassably rugged floor of lava bed laid upon ...
To which is Added, a Concise Classical Dictionary by Robert Sullivan
impassably. Imper- viousness, *. the state or quality of being impervious. Impetiginous (-tij '-), a. covered with tetters. Im'petrate, v. to obtain by entreaty. Impet'uous, a. vehement ; violent ; fu- nous ; hasty ; passionate. Impetuosity, *.a rushiugon with violence; vehemence of temper; fury. Impet'uously, ad. in an impetuous manner. Impetuousness, *. violence of motion or temper. Im'- petus, [L.]«. force of motion; impulse; momentum.
by Benjamin Humphrey Smart
Impassably . Im-per-vi-ous-ness, s. State of not being pervious. IMPETIGINOUS, im'-pè-ti "-gé -nus, ...
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