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Im·pul·sive

/imˈpəlsiv/


Acting or done without forethought.


Acting as an impulse.


Late Middle English (in the sense ‘tending to impel’): from French impulsif, -ive or late Latin impulsivus.


From Latin impuls- ‘driven onwards’. Impulsive dates from the mid 18th century.


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