Synonym of impinge
What is the synonym of impinge?
What is the opposite of impinge?
What is the meaning of impinge on?
formal. : to affect (something) in a way that is unwanted : to have a bad effect on (something) Her work is impinging on her social life. The government wants to avoid impinging upon the affairs of private citizens.
What part of speech is impinge?
What is the difference between infringe and impinge?
What does impinge mean in chemistry?
What is impinge in physics?
How do you use tacit in a sentence?
- She felt that she had her parents’ tacit approval to borrow the car.
- There was a tacit agreement that he would pay off the loan.
What is impingement method?
What is liquid impingement?
Which is liquid impingement method?
Can you use narcissism in a sentence?
And in my experience public relations practitioners often suffer from excessive narcissism and self-doubt. In general, narcissism and jealousy are the two avenues to power, the two ways to express and achieve power. And one of its weaknesses is its own solipsism, its own narcissism.
How do you use inane in a sentence?
How do you use impute in a sentence?
I can’t believe you dared to impute my work to yourself to cover up for your laziness! David attempted to impute the damage of the broken window onto his innocent brother. The political candidate tried to impute some rather unfortunate insults to his opponent.
How do you use inchoate in a sentence?
The ” Reception ” seemed to me rather inchoate not to say disorderly. The liability to contribute is inchoate only when the sacrifice has been made. The lien remains inchoate until a breach of the charter occurs, when the lien becomes perfected.
Whats inanity mean?
1 : the quality or state of being inane: such as. a : vapid, pointless, or fatuous character : shallowness. b : lack of substance : emptiness.
What does vitriolic diatribe mean?
What are bombastic words?
: marked by or given to speech or writing that is given exaggerated importance by artificial or empty means : marked by or given to bombast : pompous, overblown.