Impassion



[im-pash-uh n] /ɪmˈpæʃ ən/

verb (used with object)
1.
to fill, or affect strongly, with intense feeling or passion; inflame; excite.
/ɪmˈpæʃən/
verb
1.
(transitive) to arouse the passions of; inflame
v.

1590s, from Italian impassionare “to fill with passion,” from im- “in, into” (see im-) + passione “passion,” from Latin passionem (see passion). Related: Impassioned.

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