the state or process of having been told, given, or granted something: The extra appointment time allows the physician to streamline the impartation of information.I am convinced that I received a supernatural impartation that night.
- Sometimes im·part·ment [im-pahrt-muhnt] /ɪmˈpɑrt mənt/ .
- non·im·par·ta·tion, noun
- non·im·part·ment, noun
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How to use impartation in a sentence
Being that the Dukes are scheduled to open their unprecedented season on Saturday against Morehead State, head coach Curt Cignetti should be game-planning and standing before a room full of his entire roster to impart his message.James Madison’s football team is set for its first of two 2021 seasons. Just roll with it. | Barry Svrluga | February 19, 2021 | Washington Post
They impart a unique combination of bracing bitterness and subtle acidity to savory and sweet dishes alike.
Wise improvising musicians sometimes impart wisdom by informing you that you already have that wisdom.The tale of a bass player, sonic epiphanies and a quest to save ‘real music’ | Ben Ratliff | February 12, 2021 | Washington Post
It takes dads decades to impart the message that the world will do you dirty if you don’t push back.