Definition of Impartation

1. Noun. The transmission of information.

Exact synonyms: Conveyance, Imparting
Generic synonyms: Transmission
Specialized synonyms: Giving
Derivative terms: Convey, Impart, Impart



Definition of Impartation

1. n. The act of imparting, or the thing imparted.

Definition of Impartation

1. Noun. the act of imparting something, or the thing imparted ¹

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Definition of Impartation

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Impartation

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imparked
imparking
imparks
imparl
imparlance
imparlances
imparled
imparling
imparls
imparsonee
imparsonees
impart
impartance
impartances
impartation (current term)
impartations
imparted
imparter
imparters
imparteth
impartial
impartialist
impartialists
impartialities
impartiality
impartially
impartialness
impartibility
impartible

Literary usage of Impartation

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1. The Ideal Teacher by George Herbert Palmer (1910)
"The teacher's task is not primarily the acquisition of knowledge, but the impartation of it, — an entirely different matter. We teachers are forever taking ..."

2. Meteorological Essays by François Arago, Alexander von Humboldt, Edward Sabine (1855)
"impartation OF MAGNETISM BY THE ACTION OF LIGHTNING. WE will proceed from cases in which lightning has modified the state of bodies previously magnetised to ..."

3. The Mental-cure: Illustrating the Influence of the Mind on the Body, Both in by Warren Felt Evans (1886)
"The Sexual In- »tinct. — Its Influence upon the Involuntary Physiological Processes.—Importance of Regulating the Affections.— impartation of Life. ..."

4. The Atonement Between God and Manby Charles Taze Russell by Charles Taze Russell (2000)
"The question arises, How or wherein does the impartation of the holy Spirit to the Christian serve to repair his judgment, and become to him the Spirit of a ..."

5. Thoughts of the Spiritual by Arthur Chambers (1905)
"CHAPTER VI CHRIST'S impartation OF THE HIGHER SPIRIT-LIFE " Jesus said unto them—Verily, verily I say unto you—Except ye eat the flesh of the Son of Man, ..."

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