Definition of impartation in English:

impartation

noun

  • See impart

    • ‘As far as actual resources for reading yourself, I'm afraid I can't recommend many: this is because most of my beliefs were shaped through being very questioning, impartation from the community, and learning through experience.’
    • ‘I find myself sometimes wishing for a supernatural impartation of wisdom to my children, especially but not exclusively to my three sons.’
    • ‘The impartation of saving grace is ultimately the only eternal benefit.’
    • ‘I'm going down expecting to get some impartation that is going to set me on my course for the next couple of years.’
    • ‘However, I often receive information in what feels like physical impartation: the revelation is ‘downloaded’ into my chest area.’

Pronunciation

impartation

/ɪmpɑːˈteɪʃ(ə)n/