Definition of Impended

1. Verb. (past of impend) ¹



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Definition of Impended

1. impend [v] - See also: impend

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Impended

impeeding
impeeds
impeke
impel
impelled
impellent
impellents
impeller
impellers
impelling
impellor
impellors
impels
impen
impend
impended (current term)
impendence
impendency
impendent
impending
impends
impenetrability
impenetrable
impenetrableness
impenetrably
impenetralia
impenitence
impenitences
impenitencies
impenitency

Literary usage of Impended

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1. Historical memoirs of my own time by Sir Nathaniel William Wraxall (1904)
"On his arrival in England, aware of the storm that impended over him, he immediately contrived to get into Parliament; by which means he came into daily ..."

2. The Gardener's Magazine and Register of Rural and Domestic Improvement by J C Loudon (1839)
"Longitudinal Section, thawing the Planti growing in Ihc Soil, and impended from Hu Brau Rod under the Top qf the Glau Calf. to receive the lower edge of the ..."

3. Special Therapeutics According to Homoeopathic Principles by Franz Hartmann (1857)
"Anxiousness and inquietude, as if after committing a bad action, or as if some evil impended, especially at night, with ebullition of blood, inquietude, ..."

4. Gazetteer of the State of New York: Embracing a Comprehensive View of the by Frank Place (1860)
"It wae continued until 1*37, when it* publication was impended. In the fall ofthat year H. r. Alien became proprietor of the prese, and revived the. paper ..."

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