Now the GOP, impelled by ideology matched to calculation, is trying the same game again.
The country was impelled to act, not based on what was known, but what was feared.
She had not spoken to him of her schoolfellows, or of the object that had impelled her flight.
He had not the least idea why he had been impelled to go home.
There were, however, conditions in the home-lands as well as in America, which impelled immigration.
They held their course as if they were impelled and driven by its fury.
In ordinary life a man will be impelled to actions by outward motives and conditions.
Then, impelled by an instinctive sense of justice, she resumed.
I was thankful that I had been impelled to spring back as I had done, for I certainly had not previously intended doing so.
A new idea had just impelled Claude onward through the crowd.