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Definitions and meanings of "Impresses"

What do we mean by impresses?

The act of impressing.

An impression; an impressed image or copy of something.

A stamp or seal used to make an impression.

An impression on the mind, imagination etc.

Characteristic; mark of distinction; stamp.

A heraldic device; an impresa.

The act of impressing, or taking by force for the public service; compulsion to serve; also, that which is impressed.

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The word "impresses" in example sentences

Mugridge and the rest were my companions, and I was receiving repeated impresses from the die which had stamped them all. ❋ Unknown (2010)

Pucci, the star of "Thumbsucker" two years ago, again impresses, here as a troubled, naive, but optimistic kid ready to make the jump into manhood. ❋ Unknown (2008)

Tomlin impresses him as a straight shooter who won't sugarcoat his message. ❋ Unknown (2007)

‘I am a man of resource, and my name impresses others more than it does you, it’s all been arranged,’ he revealed drily. ❋ Lawrence, Kim (2005)

Woman 'and wish to say that every word impresses the truth as read. ❋ Unknown (N/A)

Her innocence exchang'd for guilty state; Whatever you write, in every golden line Sublimity and elegance combine; Thy nervous phrase impresses every soul, While harmony gives rapture to the whole. ' ❋ Boswell, James, 1740-1795 (1887)

I've been hearing for the last 7 years that Bush "impresses" people and have never seen even a glimmer of it. ❋ Unknown (2009)

Moreover, as Eddington shows, the question whether the optical contrivance 'sorts out' from the chaotic light a particular periodicity, or whether it 'impresses' this on the light, becomes just ❋ Ernst Lehrs (N/A)

(Another possible reason for this style of writing: convoluted, impenetrable strings of misused words and bizarre jargon impresses the grant-granters, on whose fickle largesse almost everyone in the arts depends. ❋ Ewillett (2008)

Through some avenue, suggestions, intuitions of truth, intuitions of occurrences of which through the thinking mind we could know nothing, are at times borne in upon us; they flash into our consciousness, as we say, quite independent of any mental action on our part, and sometimes when we are thinking of something quite foreign to that which comes to, that which "impresses" us. ❋ Ralph Waldo Trine (1912)

What Manet (1833-1883), the leader of the original movement, meant to say was that nature should not be painted as it actually is, but as it "impresses" the painter. ❋ John Charles Van Dyke (1894)

No one will now subscribe to the Lockian or Humean view, of images impressed by objects on mind: the object which "impresses" has first to be made by mind, out of the results of nervous excitation. ❋ Henry Jones (1887)

Synic3, agree with your last post, but what "impresses" in the case of 4,000 (double ... ❋ Angola 3 News (2009)

You have to sing in a way that pleases your ancestors rather than impresses your uppity trickster-self. ❋ PhD Bradford Keeney (2010)

The combination of inventiveness and detail in these books always impresses me, and this is no exception, but The Murder of Abraham Lincoln achieves an even higher level of pathos than usual. ❋ Unknown (2009)

The modern 4-star Hotel Parc Beaumont impresses as soon as you arrive. ❋ Karen Schaler (2010)

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