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impulsive
used in The Memory Keeper’s Daughter

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Definition
action without forethought; or such a tendency
  • "Come to dinner," she suggested impulsively, inspired by Howard's kindness to Paul.
    p. 177.3
  • Impulsively, Norah leaned down and picked up the baby, Kay's second daughter, dressed in frothy pink to match her sister.
    p. 127.1
  • Phoebe, at thirteen, was short for her age, chubby, still impulsive and impassioned, slow to learn but moving from joy to pensiveness to sadness and back to joy with an astonishing speed.
    p. 221.7

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