impose upon[ im-pohz ]SEE DEFINITION OF impose upon
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMPOSE UPON
And surely, said he, this is not a very severe order which we impose upon them.
That is another part of his legend which Plato also seeks to impose upon us.
No little Baden vintage, no small wine of the Bergstrasse, can impose upon us!
You should impose upon me some penalty equal to the offence, if such indeed there be.
Mr. Freeland was too just a man thus to impose upon me, or upon any one else.
At school, as a little boy, he allowed no one to impose upon him.
But he was so soft-hearted that anyone could impose upon him.
But there are three conditions which I must impose upon thee.
Though you cannot fret, stop, or vex, you cannot play or impose upon me.
The Company now resolved to impose upon the wayward an iron restraint.