1A strong urge to do something: the impulsion of the singers to govern the pace
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- Man feels the same impulsion, but he knows that he is free to acquiesce or to resist.
- Moreover, the Romantic painter's impulsion to take risks, eloquently discussed in Anita Brookner's Romanticism and its discontents, throws valuable light on Berlioz's use of rhetoric.
Words that rhyme with impulsionavulsion, compulsion, convulsion, emulsion, expulsion, propulsion, repulsion, revulsion
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