Nearly half of a solid 45 percent say the Internet has impacted their relationship.
Hijab fashion has always been around—but now the Internet has impacted it like never before.
The language here is so impacted with narcissism, I suppose I may be forgiven for noticing, first, that word "exclusive."
Many of these people would have likely been participating in some other activity that impacted the local economy.
She was born into heaven a beautiful angel and she has impacted our life so much.
Both seemed to be suffering from impacted crops, as the stomach and gizzard in each case were found to be empty.
Snow is hospitable-clean, impacted snow; restful and silent.
The comb and the brush may be used to remove the impacted matter, and relieve the disagreeable sensation.
And once more Judge Witberg impacted his features on a fist and was sent to grass.
It impacted all aspects of life, and continues to be a source of vitality, as well as tension.
c.1600, "press closely into something," from Latin impactus, past participle of impingere "to push into, dash against, thrust at" (see impinge). Originally sense preserved in impacted teeth (1876). Sense of "strike forcefully against something" first recorded 1916. Figurative sense of "have a forceful effect on" is from 1935. Related: Impacting.
1781, "collision," from impact (v.). Figurative sense of "forceful impression" is from 1817 (Coleridge).
impacted im·pact·ed (ĭm-pāk'tĭd)
Wedged together at the broken ends. Used of a fractured bone.
Placed in the alveolus in a manner prohibiting eruption into a normal position. Used of a tooth.
Packed in or wedged in such a manner so as to fill or block an organ or a passage.