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Impinging   /ɪmpˈɪndʒɪŋ/   Listen
Impinging

noun
1.
The physical coming together of two or more things.  Synonyms: contact, striking.






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"Impinging" Quotes from Famous Books



... salt remained an impregnable bulwark. Where the winter rains leached it, new tons of the mineral replaced those washed away. Constant observation showed no advance; if anything the edge of the grass impinging directly on the salt was sullenly retreating. The central bulk remained, a vast, obstinate mass, but most people thought it would somehow end by consuming itself, if indeed this doom were not anticipated by fresh scatterings of ...
— Greener Than You Think • Ward Moore



Words linked to "Impinging" :   touch, occurrent, mesh, meshing, touching, engagement, hit, happening, collision, occurrence, interlocking, impact, natural event, impinge, flick



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