The act of imparting something, or the thing imparted(noun)
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Use "impartation" in a sentence
"Our oneness with Him even now in His exalted position above (Eph 2: 6), so that all that belongs to Him of righteousness, &c., belongs to us also by perfect imputation and progressive impartation, is the ground of our love being perfected so that we can have confidence in the day of judgment."
"A quote: That we disapprove of Latter Rain doctrines and practices such as "impartation,""
"In the land of the mega-church, the impartation of ashes was an opportunity to be identified with him who was despised and rejected, or at least with him who was a religious sideshow oddity."