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Imp

noun

1) A shoot; a scion; a bud; a slip; a graft.

2) An offspring; progeny; child; scion.

3) A young or inferior devil; a little, malignant spirit; a puny demon; a contemptible evil worker.

4) Something added to, or united with, another, to lengthen it out or repair it, -- as, an addition to a beehive; a feather inserted in a broken wing of a bird; a length of twisted hair in a fishing line.

5) To graft; to insert as a scion.

6) To graft with new feathers, as a wing; to splice a broken feather. Hence, Fig.: To repair; to extend; to increase; to strengthen to equip.

Example Sentences for

Imp

1) The obverse shows a King George V bareheaded effigy , facing left , with the legend : GEORGIVS V BRITT : OMN : REX ET IND : Imp : -LRB- George 5th , King of all the Britains , and , Emperor of India -RRB-
2) An Imp is a mythological creature similar to a fairy or demon , usually described in folklore and superstition
3) The team play at the 10,120 capacity Sincil Bank in Lincoln , Lincolnshire , and are nicknamed the Imps after the legend of the Lincoln Imp
4) Fraud and robbery are high-sounding words—justified, you think, by a fancied resemblance in some young Imp to an idle daub of a dead man’s Brother!
5) For other uses see Imp
6) There is also lettering around the picture of the King , which reads GEORGIVS V BRITT : OMN : REX ET IND : Imp :
7) The team play at the 10,127 capacity Sincil Bank in Lincoln , Lincolnshire , and are nicknamed the Imps after the legend of the Lincoln Imp
8) Fraud and robbery are high-sounding words—justified, you think, by a fancied resemblance in some young Imp to an idle daub of a dead man’s Brother!
9) An Imp is a mythological being similar to a fairy or demon , frequently described in folklore and superstition