Definitions for impulsiveɪmˈpʌl sɪv
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proceeding from natural feeling or impulse without external stimulus
"an impulsive gesture of affection"
"letting him borrow her car was an impulsive act that she immediately regretted"
having the power of driving or impelling
"a driving personal ambition"; "the driving force was his innate enthusiasm"; "an impulsive force"
capricious, impulsive, whimsical(adj)
determined by chance or impulse or whim rather than by necessity or reason
"a capricious refusal"; "authoritarian rulers are frequently capricious"; "the victim of whimsical persecutions"
hotheaded, impulsive, impetuous, madcap, tearaway(a), brainish(adj)
characterized by undue haste and lack of thought or deliberation
"a hotheaded decision"; "liable to such impulsive acts as hugging strangers"; "an impetuous display of spending and gambling"; "madcap escapades"; (`brainish' is archaic)
Having the power of driving or impelling; giving an impulse; moving; impellent.
Actuated by impulse or by transient feelings.
Acting momentarily, or by impulse; not continuous; -- said of forces.
Highly reactive; people who react quickly or feel emotional
Stop being so Impulsive!
having the power of driving or impelling; giving an impulse; moving; impellent
actuated by impulse or by transient feelings
acting momentarily, or by impulse; not continuous; -- said of forces
that which impels or gives an impulse; an impelling agent
Origin: [Cf. F. impulsif.]
"Impulsive" is a song recorded by Wilson Phillips and was the third single released from their debut album Wilson Phillips. Written by Clif Magness and Steve Kipner, it was released in 1990 and reached #4 on the US Billboard Hot 100. It was the first single to feature Wendy Wilson as the lead vocalist.
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