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noun: impulse; plural noun: impulses
a sudden strong and unreflective urge or desire to act. "I had an almost irresistible impulse to giggle"
synonyms:urge, instinct, drive, compulsion, need, itch; More
whim, caprice, desire, fancy, notion "she had an impulse to run and hide somewhere"
the tendency to act impulsively. "he was a man of impulse, not premeditation"
synonyms:spontaneity, impetuosity, wildness, recklessness, irresponsibility, rashness "he was a man of impulse"
something that causes something to happen or happen more quickly; an impetus. "an added impulse to this process of renewal"
synonyms:inspiration, stimulation, stimulus, incitement, motivation, encouragement, fillip, spur, prod, catalyst "passions provide the main impulse of poetry and music"
a pulse of electrical energy; a brief current. "nerve impulses"
synonyms:pulse, current, wave; More
signal, message, brainwave, communication "neurons conduct impulses from the spinal cord to the muscles"
a force acting briefly on a body and producing a finite change of momentum. "ability to communicate motion by impulse"
a change of momentum produced by an impulse, equivalent to the average value of the force multiplied by the time during which it acts
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