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Correct spelling for IMAPCT
We think the word imapct is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for imapct
- Impact(Definition of impact)
- Impute(Definition of impute)
- Compact(Definition of compact)
- Impasto(Definition of impasto)
- Import(Definition of import)
- Impacted(Definition of impacted)
- Impart(Definition of impart)
The discussion stopped suddenly under the impact of this unexpected assault.
"they impute it to him wrongly, madame," said marguerite; "monsieur de la mole is not guilty."
He had kept his part of their compact; she must keep hers.
Flat brushes with short stiff bristles, good for driving paint into the weave of a canvas in thinner paint applications, as well as thicker painting styles like impasto work.
The whole annual import did not, at the end of the seventeenth century, amount to two millions of pounds, a quantity which would now hardly supply the demand of forty-eight hours.
In figure 23 we have a similar fabric closely woven or impacted.
When a conducting body is immersed in air, or similar insulating medium, consisting of, or containing, small freely movable particles capable of being electrified, and when the electrification of the body is made to undergo a very rapid change-which is equivalent to saying that the electrostatic force acting around the body is varying in intensity,-the small particles are attracted and repelled, and their violent impacts against the body may cause a mechanical motion of the latter.
So she determined to risk her savings, and start a boarding and day school in melrose, a beautiful and healthy neighbourhood, and with the aid of a governess, impart what was then considered the education of a gentlewoman to the girls in the neighbourhood.