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    impel - Dictionary definition and meaning for word impel

    (verb) urge or force (a person) to an action; constrain or motivate
    Synonyms : force
    (verb) cause to move forward with force
    Synonyms : propel
    Example Sentence
    • Steam propels this ship
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for impel

rhymes with compel...so when you are compelled or in a compulsion , you are FORCED to do the work.

impel, compel, propel all have similar meanings(with minor changes)_

rhymes with INTEL.. in intel company they force or drive us to do the work....

opposite to repel.. we normally say i impelled him to do this or that..

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