An artist is one who imposes upon our legitimate aspirations.
The revolutionist cannot shrink from the service it imposes upon him.
Then I cannot but take the Freedom to say, you, or whoever writes, imposes upon the Town.
It imposes upon us the necessity of rebuilding the whole of our fleet.
Having you once in his dreadful seat, he imposes upon you at his pleasure.
For it has one great advantage, in that it imposes upon the system the much-needed rest which has been denied it.
A woman who yearns for the regard of all men, and makes love a toy, easily lessens the demands she imposes upon individuals.
There is still a certain Delphic mystery about the printed page which imposes upon the imagination.
The cause of science and literature also imposes upon us an important and delicate trust.
One's self-denial and the restraint which one imposes upon one's self, often depend on the way in which another behaves to us.