More often, it was impelling them to define their markets more narrowly.
To get the swing—the impelling force—the student must have played many pieces which have a tendency to develop this swing.
This impelling and guiding power from the past we call instinct.
The choice made may be good or ill, as chance and time may dictate, but the impelling excitement forces a choice.
The impelling and guiding motive of his letter is that they may not sin.
Perhaps paper money was the chief and impelling reason for making the contract clause a part of the National Constitution.
This was the impelling power which Frederick William could not resist.
Does it signify that everything is arranged and ordered according to the laws of the impelling power?
The billiard-ball, that strikes another, determines its movement by impelling.
The fascination of experiments and the impelling object of them were all I cared about.