imposing[ im-poh-zing ]SEE DEFINITION OF imposing
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He did not believe in imposing an uncompensated burden upon any man.
Mallyan's Spout is the most imposing, having a drop of about 76 feet.
They could not help smiling at Fritz as he frisked about in his imposing rose-collar.
Never had Christian war assumed a more splendid or imposing aspect.
It is insane, admirable, imposing; and it makes one feel proud.
Here, undoubtedly, imposing ceremonies were often performed.
Pee-wee could see the imposing procession as far down as the bend.
What an advantage has an imposing or forward nature over a courteous one!
I had not been in the house an hour, when an imposing Embassy arrived from him.
The situation of the city is not as imposing as that of Liege.
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