impart in English
teachers had a duty to impart strong morals to their students
Use "impart" in a sentence
1. Condiments impart flavour to food.
2. They impart wisdom, morals, history.
3. He lives all blessings to impart.
4. Impart to us your active force,
5. I have no news to impart .
6. Everything that one writes should impart the writer.
7. At all times, be ready to impart
8. To impart interest or zest to; enliven.
9. A teacher's aim is to impart knowledge.
10. She had information that she couldn't wait to impart.
11. And without communication then you cannot impart skills.
12. Preservatives can impart colour and flavour to a product.
13. 12 Water Bubbling Up to Impart Everlasting Life
14. To impregnate with fragrance; impart a pleasant odor to.
15. • In what ways does God’s word impart courage and comfort?
16. Do you have any wisdom to impart on this subject?
17. With these wishes, I willingly impart to all my Apostolic Blessing.
18. Mason Verger : You know, I impart God for what happened.
19. Yoga must pep up and not impart weariness and despondency.
20. The job of the teacher is not simply to impart facts.
21. Interestingly, both businesses impart that deja-vu-all-over-again feeling.
22. Employing drive signal pulses can impart further optical power change speed improvements.
23. 5 In order to impart something meaningful, advance preparation is essential.
24. No amount of reverence, though, can impart miraculous abilities to these idols.
25. They felt this would impart a pleasing curvature to an otherwise rectangular building.
26. She managed to impart great elegance to the unpretentious dress she was wearing.
27. French oak barrels impart a slight nut-like flavor to this chardonnay.
28. I am about to impart knowledge to you that you will never forget.
29. These crosslinks impart cohesive strength to the applied adhesive, without sacrificing ease of processing.
30. The ability to impart knowledge and command respect is the essential qualification for teachers.
31. Your visit allows us to impart vigour and momentum to our Strategic Partnership.
32. He had that rare gift of being able to impart enthusiasm to others.
33. Because meaningful prayers spoken aloud impart a blessing to the hearers, what suggestion is made?
34. 9 He had some home truths to impart and presented them without fear or favour.
35. The dentifrices are visually pleasing and impart a soothing sensation during and after brushing.
36. Conversely, shots taken from a low angle impart a feeling of inferiority or weakness.
37. He had some home truths to impart and presented them without fear or favour.
38. Her necktie was in that crumpled , flattered state which time and much wearing impart.
39. I affectionately impart my Apostolic Blessing to you, asking you to convey it to your communities.
40. 17 The ability to impart knowledge and command respect is the essential qualification for teachers.
41. Light whisky is stored in seasoned charred oak casks, which impart little colour or flavour.
42. “Impart knowledge to someone righteous and he will increase in learning.” —PROVERBS 9:9.
43. 11 They felt this would impart a pleasing curvature to an otherwise rectangular building.
44. Who were told to carry out the work of witnessing, and what comfort did Jesus impart?
45. The inspiring teachers not only impart knowledge, they also instill moral values in their students.
46. 1 To carry out our commission to preach and make disciples, we must impart information to others.
47. It is frequently mixed with other fibres, particularly cotton, to impart improved life and easy-care qualities.
48. This right includes the freedom to hold opinions, and to receive and impart information and ideas.
49. While these symptoms impart a conformity to the clinical presentation, the underlying psychodynamic psychopathology is varied.
50. It will no doubt impart further momentum to academic exchanges and people-to-people contacts.