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im-

 
a prefix, replacing in- before b, m, and p.
References in classic literature ?
But all spring was out of their limbs, and as I looked at them from the poop I could not keep from my mind the dreadful im- pression that they were moving in poisoned air.
During the night we had been heading all round the compass, trimming the yards again and again, to what I fear must have been for the most part im- aginary puffs of air.
I was certainly off my balance, a prey to im- pulse, for at the bottom of the stairs I turned and flung myself at the doorway of Mr.