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impel (verb), impels; impelled; impelling
1. To incite or urge someone to action by the way of intrinsic motivation: While sleeping, Carol rose out of bed and started to walk as if she were impelled by a compulsion beyond her control!
2. To propel or drive something forward: Jim loved soccer and, whenever he had a chance, he impelled or kicked the ball as far as he could!
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