verb (used without object), im·pinged, im·ping·ing.
verb (used with object), im·pinged, im·ping·ing.
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Historical Examples of impinging
And the mood he hated and feared was impinging upon his mind.The U.P. Trail
Trunnions and all impinging influences are incompatible with correctness of fire.Gunnery in 1858
He felt the curious glances of the chosen, impinging against his back.The Triumph of Virginia Dale
John Francis, Jr.
But he did feel the wave of emotion that welled from her, impinging directly on his empathetic sense.Planet of the Damned
The wet air was moveless, and yet she could feel it impinging with its cool, sharp humidity on her cheek.The Price of Love