Waves of all sizes impinge upon them, and at every collision a portion of the impinging wave is struck off.
And the mood he hated and feared was impinging upon his mind.
But he did feel the wave of emotion that welled from her, impinging directly on his empathic sense.
Trunnions and all impinging influences are incompatible with correctness of fire.
It was as though, somewhere, a piano were playing and the actual notes were impinging on his ear-drums.
He felt the curious glances of the chosen, impinging against his back.
But the lights were there—not impinging on the flitter, or patrolling along its line of flight.
The wet air was moveless, and yet she could feel it impinging with its cool, sharp humidity on her cheek.
Before them went successive wedge-shaped lines, impinging upon dull blue.
I thought you were one of the fellows who went in exclusively for balanced masses and impinging planes.