Impalpably to Impeachment
(Im*pal"pa*bly), adv. In an impalpable manner.
(Im*pal"sy) v. t. To palsy; to paralyze; to deaden. [R.]
(Im*pa"nate) a. [LL. impanatus, p. p. of impanare to impanate; L. pref. im- in + panis bread.]
Embodied in bread, esp. in the bread of the eucharist. [Obs.] Cranmer.
(Im*pa"nate) v. t. [imp. & p. p. Impanated ; p. pr. & vb. n. Impanating.] To embody in
bread, esp. in the bread of the eucharist. [Obs.]
(Im"pa*na"tion) n. [Cf. F. impanation. See Impanate, a.] (Eccl.) Embodiment in bread; the
supposed real presence and union of Christ's material body and blood with the substance of the elements
of the eucharist without a change in their nature; distinguished from transubstantiation, which supposes
a miraculous change of the substance of the elements. It is akin to consubstantiation.
(Im*pa"na*tor) n. [LL.] (Eccl.) One who holds the doctrine of impanation.
(Im*pan"el) v. t. [imp. & p. p. Impaneled or Impanelled; p. pr. & vb. n. Impaneling or Impanelling.]
[Pref. im- in + panel. Cf. Empanel.] [Written also empanel.] To enter in a list, or on a piece of
parchment, called a panel; to form or enroll, as a list of jurors in a court of justice. Blackstone.
(Im*pan"el*ment) n. The act or process of impaneling, or the state of being impaneled.
(Im*par"a*dise) v. t. [imp. & p. p. Imparadised ; p. pr. & vb. n. Imparadising ] [Pref.
im- + paradise: cf. F. emparadiser.] To put in a state like paradise; to make supremely happy. "Imparadised
in one another's arms." Milton.
(Im*par"al*leled) a. Unparalleled. [Obs.]
(Im*par"don*a*ble) a. [Cf. F. impardonnable.] Unpardonable. [Obs.] South.
(Im*par`i*dig"i*tate) a. [L. impar unequal + digitus finger.] (Anat.) Having an odd number
of fingers or toes, either one, three, or five, as in the horse, tapir, rhinoceros, etc.
(Im*par"i*pin"nate) a. [L. impar unequal + E. pinnate.] (Bot.) Pinnate with a single
(Im*par"i*syl*lab"ic) a. [L. impar unequal + E. syllabic: cf. F. imparisyllabique.] (Gram.)
Not consisting of an equal number of syllables; as, an imparisyllabic noun, one which has not the same
number of syllables in all the cases; as, lapis, lapidis; mens, mentis.
(Im*par"i*ty) n. [Pref. im- + parity: cf. F. imparité.]
1. Inequality; disparity; disproportion; difference of degree, rank, excellence, number, etc. Milton.
2. Lack of comparison, correspondence, or suitableness; incongruity.
In this region of merely intellectual notion we are at once encountered by the imparity of the object and
the faculty employed upon it.I. Taylor.
3. Indivisibility into equal parts; oddness. [R.]
(Im*park") v. t. [imp. & p. p. Imparked p. pr. & vb. n. Imparking.] [Cf. Empark.] To inclose
for a park; to sever from a common; hence, to inclose or shut up.
They . . . impark them [the sheep] within hurdles.Holland.