impress[ verb im-pres; noun im-pres ]SEE DEFINITION OF impress
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMPRESS
Boys were flogged when criminals were hanged, to impress the awful warning on them.
Boys were flogged at boundaries, to impress the boundaries on their memory.
The Eastern end of the Cathedral does not impress the beholder.
She said this calmly and quietly, as though to impress her informant and reassure him.
These performances, I gather, are to impress upon you that he is a free man and your equal.
Obviously, a public building is meant to impress the public.
Endeavour to impress that upon her at your leisure, if you please.'
It was not for him—not even to impress him, except as a messenger.
He says you must impress the public, and so he is going in for fine offices.'
In case I was forgetful, please let me impress the fact upon you now.