Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


It impresses all classes, and we can make so much use of it when dealing with Nicholas.

But, after all, it is perhaps the innate gaiety of the Copenhagener which impresses you most.

Molyneux impresses more than Mullins, of which it is merely the dim., Fr.

But what impresses most is not the art but the religion of the place.

She does not; it impresses itself on a man though she never speak a word to him.

What a personality he has, and how, in his quiet unassuming way, he impresses it on us!

One thing that impresses everybody is Helen's tireless activity.

The artist's personality, as it should, impresses us first, powerfully and irresistibly.

There's nothing that so impresses a rural population as a detective.

The cavalry most impresses me; the men are so finely mounted, and they ride royally.