Impulses in a sentence

Definition of Impulses

plural of impulse

How to use Impulses in a Sentence?

  • Fundamentally he had all the direct impulses and propensities of a truthful man.
  • Rorie felt all his most generous impulses turned to a sense of constraint and bitterness.
  • Lily had one of the truth-telling impulses which redeemed her from the artifices of her mother.
  • Her look of reproach was sufficient to check all future impulses of a like nature.
  • We must not carry comity too far, but we all have kind impulses in this direction.
  • These inherited impulses were therefore many, conflicting, some of them dangerous.
  • The love of freedom is one of those natural impulses of the human breast which cannot be extinguished.
  • The subsequent impulses sent from the subscribers' generators operate this drop.
  • Maria's impulses were quick, and lack of decision in emergencies was not a failing of hers.
  • It is in fact out of gear or inhibited for the time being, so that the impulses from the brain pass by or evade it.
  • And they have come nearer to bringing together for the highest purpose the best impulses of all of us than have any other institutions.
  • And the most remarkable part was that she had come to this state of mind through her best impulses and by the way of her generous admirations.
  • It required more than the chaotic impulses that had brought him back from the jungles of the Orient.
  • Dolly, with one of those quick impulses which come to impressionable people, suddenly felt that he was right.
  • The daughters were all alert to suppress the possible plungings, the undesirable humorous impulses of this almost feral guest.
  • S, too, comes under consideration in the case of stuttering, so far as impulses go out from it for the pronunciation of the syllables.
  • Human nature is selfish so long as the man is isolated, for he is controlled by his impulses and passions, and guided by his own narrow ideas.
  • I was keeping down sudden impulses to smash a glass, throw a plate on the floor, do something violent to relieve my feelings.
  • Her first impulses led her to regard herself as utterly useless; her occupation gone, and her whole career of duty annihilated.
  • The new demands for directed activity may, under the ambitious impulses of youth, make undue drafts on the energies.
  • Suddenly Maria became possessed of one of those impulses which come to everybody, but to which comparatively few yield in lifetimes.
  • Pressing this key causes impulses to "run down the line," selecting the proper party and ringing his bell in the manner already described.
  • Despite all differences of character and environment, the suicidal impulses of Yankee, muzhik, and coolie are governed by the same law.
  • The operator establishes the number of impulses to be sent by placing the pointer opposite the number on the dial corresponding to the station wanted.
  • I do not get intolerably tired any longer; and my thoughts sometimes wander back to literature, and I have momentary impulses to write stories.
  • They do not act from eternal principles, but as men do, from sudden impulses or from the desire of temporary advantages for themselves or for their favourites.
  • Was there a conspiracy of events, as Mrs. Page had once said, to prevent the finest impulses from coming to flower?
  • And she was so used to the forms of repression enveloping, softening the crude impulses of old humanity that she no longer believed in their existence as if it were an exploded legend.
  • So rapidly does this device operate that it will readily follow the impulses of an ordinary pole changer, even when this is adjusted to its maximum rate of vibration.
  • I was at one time personally acquainted with that officer, and know the impulses of his generous nature, and can readily account for the failure of his expedition.
  • The sending of five impulses to line moves all of the sectors to the sixth notch, and this corresponds to the position necessary to make the fourth station operative.
  • How should you know that, to a woman, a man is not so much a personality, as the author of all the new impulses and emotions which he brings into her life?

Short Example Sentence for Impulses

  • I became a battleground of impulses and inhibitions.
  • To follow lower impulses is to invite disaster.
  • Good-hearted, yes, full of fine impulses ...
  • The Impulses and Choice(147).
  • Perhaps a little more at the mercy of contradictory impulses than other women.
  • It comes, of course, from the connate impulses of his nature.
  • But the soul's thoughts and impulses can be known to no one but God.

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