[ US /ˈɪmpətəns/ ]
[ UK /ˈɪmpətəns/ ]
  1. the quality of lacking strength or power; being weak and feeble
  2. an inability (usually of the male animal) to copulate
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How To Use impotence In A Sentence

  • Politicians have very accurately gauged the impotence of writers; they don't give a damn for their opinions.
  • The themes of transvestism, impotence, and homosexuality were a lot more risque back then than they are now.
  • Drowsiness, impaired cognitive function, and impotence may be a problem with higher doses.
  • Their discoveries about managerial work and their feelings of impotence made it a very unnerving prospect.
  • Or is sexual intimacy such an important part of an adult relationship that impotence should be viewed as a problem that should and now can be cured?
  • The severity of impotence was dependent on both age and sexual potency before diagnosis.
  • Our utter impotence when faced with people who seriously want us all dead. Times, Sunday Times
  • It is better to be violent, if there is violence in our hearts, than to put on the cloak of nonviolence to cover impotence.
  • We know envy as a state of exquisite tension, torment and ill-will, provoked by an overwhelming sense of inferiority, impotence and worthlessness.
  • The UN was set up to be such a guide, but its impotence is its shame. Think Progress » The task of winning hearts and minds
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