to fill with passion; arouse emotionally
Origin of impassionItalian impassionare
transitive verbim·pas·sioned, im·pas·sion·ing, im·pas·sions
To arouse the passions of.
Origin of impassionItalian impassionare : in-, in (from Latin; see in–2) + passione, passion (from Latin passi&omacron;, passi&omacron;n-, emotion; see passion).
(third-person singular simple present impassions, present participle impassioning, simple past and past participle impassioned)
im- + passion