impelled :

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im peld

  • v  urge or force (a person) to an action; constrain or motivate
  • v  cause to move forward with force
  • s  urged or forced to action through moral pressure
    felt impelled to take a stand against the issue

  • Indeed, the three points of his abstractly designed universe (he is given to drawing incomprehensible diagrams on any available surface) reflect that people who used to be impelled .
  • It has been a year of political risk taking in Latin America as leaders tried to forge landmark social and political changes, sometimes impelled by desperation, sometimes not.
  • A few minutes after the sighting, Barney Hill turned the car down a side road, impelled by some extrasensory command.

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