impulsive

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impulsive

1. (of physical forces) acting for a short time; not continuous
2. (of a sound) brief, loud, and having a wide frequency range
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She tried impulsively to lift his hand to her lips.
His hand went out impulsively to hers, but she avoided the clasp by a sort of bodily stiffening and chill, the while the eyes smiled still more gloriously.
I asked impulsively, for he had voiced my own fear.
Oh, Eddy,' she cried, impulsively, 'I'm frightened.
Do tell me, Katharine," she asked impulsively, "where did you go that evening she played Mozart, and you thought I was asleep?
Paul's above the irregular spires of Ludgate Hill, she pulled the cord impulsively, and gave directions that Anderson should drive them there.
The more impulsively you spend, the more likely you are to buy what you don't need.
The MOS asked Imran as to why he was so fearful of Maryam Nawaz and impulsively uttered her name repeatedly?
Foolishly he went to his former partner's home and she quite rightly told him to go away so he impulsively kicked the door.
Graham Brown, defending, said the suspension had expired and Day, of Tregarth Close, Saltersgill, Middlesbrough, realised he could not continue to commit crime impulsively.
It is not the time for impulsively chasing after chaotic delusions," said Machnouk.
The defendant's lawyer Fatima Al Hawaj asked if her client could act impulsively due to his illness or become angrier faster than usual.