For upon him and That which he bore there impinged now the whole sum of these heart-wrung supplications.
That was the lady's hand, flat open, impinged on the speaker's cheek.
The life of every single human being in England is punctuated and impinged upon by Christianity.
Not for many nights had the past impinged so closely upon the present.
A wholesale unsettling of habit is seen when a lower culture is impinged upon by a higher.
Then suddenly a ray of light stabbed through the darkness and impinged on his head-casque—white, electric, man-made light!
Bullets whizzed through the 'plane, and one or two impinged on the engine.
To me, Madge Stanley's passive force was the strongest influence for good that had ever impinged on my life.
The garden had even trespassed its bounds, and impinged upon the open road, the deserted claims, and the ruins of the past.
Rather it was the astonishing unstable-mindedness displayed by the bergs when impinged upon from without.