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Meanings and phrases
- a vague idea in which some confidence is placed; feeling; belief; notion; opinion
- an outward appearance; effect
- a clear and telling mental image; mental picture; picture
- a concavity in a surface produced by pressing; depression; imprint
- all the copies of a work printed at one time; printing
- (dentistry) an imprint of the teeth and gums in wax or plaster
- an impressionistic portrayal of a person
- the act of pressing one thing on or into the surface of another
- a symbol that is the result of printing or engraving; stamp
- an unelaborated elementary awareness of stimulation; sensation; esthesis; aesthesis; sense experience; sense datum
- (printing) an impression made to check for errors; proof; test copy
- The game uses oblique projection to give the impression of three dimensional graphics.
- He wanted to give the impression that the Jews had more armaments than they actually had.
- The game manipulated 2D sprites and backgrounds to give the impression of 3D to the player.
- Morani also left a lasting impression on the art community.
- Wilson said the event left a "vivid and lasting impression on [him]".
- Oliver's drummer, Baby Dodds, made a particular and lasting impression on Wettling.
- Nadheem blamed the title of the film for giving the impression of "old typical" to the film.
- Most notably, "C. validus" males and females have an exaggerated malar space, giving the impression of a long, triangular face.
- "My first impression was that it was quite a beautiful puzzle.
- This first impression was not to last, and they later became friends.
- My first impression of him was to be incredibly impressed with his enthusiasm and intelligence."
- Lamas gives the impression of being a sleepy, rural place.
- The landscape there gives the impression of a small town in the mountains.
- To the eye, he gives the impression of one of the "gentlemen-farmers in the last century ...
- She also left a good impression on the public, mostly for her piety and good will.
- "Wisden" noted that he made a good impression on spectators in these early matches.
- He succeeded in making a good impression for a short while and share price firmed up.
- Their overall impression was that the film was a "delightful, absorbing story of theatrical life."
- Despite their size, the overall impression is of streamlining and grace, with a curvy shapeliness and compact strength.
- Although the specific details of Godzilla's appearance have varied slightly over the years, the overall impression has remained consistent.
- ABC gave the impression that Victor Lasky had been one of the accusers who had caused her to lose her job.
- Atmospheric meant that the palace gave the impression of sitting in an auditorium that opened to a night sky.
- The "widely publicized" photograph gave the impression that the Israeli soldier had deliberately targeted Tamimi.
- La Crioz felt the game made a "strong impression".
- Later in 1907 he visited Egypt, where his experiences left a strong impression on him.
- Mileikowsky's numerous speeches made a strong impression on the American Jewish community.
- There, he made an impression with his staging of Goethes "Faust".
- The street made an impression on J.
- Neither single made an impression.
- He struggled to make an impression in his first season, making only seven appearances in all competitions.
- Anu Sithara has a small role as Jalaja, Ajayan's love interest, but it is too small to make an impression.
- Zack tells them he plans to win the competition, not for recognition or to make an impression, but for pride.
- They give a false impression of the essential nature of Islam."
- This may give a false impression that the U.S. is less peaceful than those nations.
- The root word "" gives the false impression that antisemitism is directed against all Semitic people, "e.g.
- These grim scenes made a deep impression on Terrell.
- The destruction he witnessed after World War I also made a deep impression on him.
- The American Revolution made a deep impression in the Dutch Republic of the 1770s.
- Motion LED lightboxes are a variation on traditional lightboxes, and use programmed LEDs behind a display to create the impression of movement.
- Although the corners of his mouth turn slightly downward, Christ's open eyes and unfurrowed brow create the impression of a self-possessed impassivity.
- It was common for his staff either to miss reporting opportunities or to leak otherwise exclusive reports to other news agencies to create the impression of two separate sources.
- His thanksgiving sermon (24 May) produced a great impression.
- Annie is a left-hander from Asia who has made a great impression as a junior.
- They caused a great impression about the princess and the power of her family.