impressed

[ verb im-pres; noun im-pres ]SEE DEFINITION OF impressed

Synonyms for impressed

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I knew that I had impressed this strong, splendid woman, but I was a little afraid of her.

But it is a matter of degree obviously, since, for instance, I am not impressed by them.

He was impressed and startled now, and his intelligence was very alert.

Her detachment had impressed Chief Inspector Heat all along.

He seemed, indeed, to have been impressed with an expectation that he should fall in the battle.

I was impressed not so much with the speed of the manufacture as the character of the factory.

"Probably you're right," I assented, impressed, as we turned a corner.

"I suppose that might be rather difficult," he said, more amused than impressed by her idea.

Of course, everything will depend on how they are impressed with what we can tell them.

I can't say whether it impressed me favourably or unfavourably, but I noticed it.'

WORD ORIGIN

early 15c., "pressed or forced upon" (the mind), past participle adjective from impress (v.).

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR IMPRESSED

affected

adjectivedeeply moved or hurt emotionally
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