Synonym: momentum, push, thrust. Similar words: compete, perpetual, competitor, perpetuate, imperial, imperious, impeccable, status. Meaning: ['ɪmpɪtəs] n. 1. a force that moves something along 2. the act of applying force suddenly.
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1. The report may provide further impetus for reform.
2. The treaty gave a fresh impetus to trade.
3. Each new rumour added fresh impetus to the smear campaign.
4. His articles provided the main impetus for change.
5. This is the primary impetus behind the economic recovery.
6. The discovery gave fresh impetus to the research.
7. The movement is steadily gaining impetus.
8. The treaty gave fresh impetus to trade.
9. The slope added impetus to his speed.
10. Much of the impetus for change came from customers' opinions.
11. The main impetus behind the move west was to find gold and other minerals.
12. The Prime Minister's support will give added impetus to the campaign against crime.
13. The recent publicity surrounding homelessness has given fresh impetus to the cause.
14. This decision will give renewed impetus to the economic regeneration of east London.
15. The treaty will give an impetus to trade between the two countries.
16. The impetus came from the unions.
17. Their negative reaction was added impetus.
18. But impulses can start anywhere,[Sentencedict] given enough impetus.
19. It had an impetus for us.
20. Where, then, does the impetus for creativity come from?
21. The impetus must come from the top.
22. Each wild rumour adds new impetus to the exodus.
23. The process of proletarianisation has also received some impetus from the spread of agribusiness in the region.
24. The original impetus for nuclear power, of course, was military.
25. Mozart had brought fresh impetus to a time-worn formula thanks to his recent exposure to exciting new developments in Paris.
26. By 1982, she was restless and needed a new impetus for her talent.
27. With the death of its founder, the campaign lost much of its impetus.
28. His disappointment in the World Championships provided the necessary impetus to give everything for this final race.
29. The debate seems to have lost much of its initial impetus.
30. In all four schools specific study and library skills initiatives had been born out of, or given impetus by, the project.
More similar words: compete, perpetual, competitor, perpetuate, imperial, imperious, impeccable, status, afflatus, apparatus, pet, carpet, pettish, let up, get up, compel, set up, return, in return, compelling, take turns, meet up with, in return for, compensate for, compensation, imply, simply, impact, impose, impair.