Definition of Impinged

1. Verb. (past of impinge) ¹



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Definition of Impinged

1. impinge [v] - See also: impinge

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Impinged

impierced
impierces
impiercing
impies
impieties
impiety
impignorate
impignorated
impignorates
impignorating
impignoration
impignorations
imping
impinge
impinge on
impinged (current term)
impingement
impingements
impinger
impingers
impinges
impinging
impings
impinguate
impinguated
impinguates
impinguating
impinguation
impious
impiously

Literary usage of Impinged

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1. Chambers' Encyclopaedia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge for the People (1874)
"But it is probable that the aggregation in these cases was produced by rege- lation at the surface of the earth, when a series of large masses had impinged ..."

2. The Southern Medical and Surgical Journal by Medical College of Georgia (1855)
"... impinged against and compressed the trachea and oesophagus and was strongly united to the latter on its left side. The opening in the aneurism, ..."

3. The Elements of Analytic Mechanics: Solids & Fluids by De Volson Wood (1876)
"... or The resultant pressure in the direction of the jet will be Mv (1 - cos 60°) = 2.7 pounds. 210. I*1 THE SURFACE impinged UPON BE IN MOTION and ..."

4. The Monadology and Other Philosophical Writings by Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, Robert Latta (1898)
"For when the impact takes place, the body impinged upon endeavours to move forward and thus to go away, and (since, as I then thought, body is indifferent ..."

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