Thesaurus / imposing

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Outwardly Ahmednugger presents no imposing appearance like Beejapoor.

A Noble Queen, Vol. 3 (of 3)Philip Meadows Taylor

The old ruined castle—an imposing structure now partially repaired—is described in Scott's Waverley.

The imposing aspect of the comet in 1066 described in European chronicles of that time is confirmed by the Chinese Annals.

This swash-buckler had, moreover, a most imposing countenance, and a voice capable of frightening even a bear back into its den.

And those demonstrations ought to be imposing not only from their numbers, but also for their orderly character.

Lord Randolph ChurchillWinston Spencer Churchill

In May, 1805, he set out on another expedition, with an imposing party of over forty Europeans.

When the war began, there stood on Cote Joyeuse an imposing mansion of red brick, shaped like the Pantheon.

He reminded them of the imposing secret, and raised a ray of cheer.

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, CompleteMark Twain (Samuel Clemens)

A few steps behind this imposing escort came the Queen, with a small but richly covered prayer-book in her hand.

The PanchroniconHarold Steele Mackaye

It was quite destructive of anything like imposing flourish or effect.

Ask MommaR. S. Surtees

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