Thesaurus / impressing

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The solid metal stamp used for impressing a design on a book cover.

Library BookbindingArthur Low Bailey

Today it seemed to be impressing crowd and jury as the truth.

Mystery RanchArthur Chapman

He always looked forward to impressing his audience deeply by his skill in combat.

A person desirous of impressing Lord Ellenborough with his importance, said, "I sometimes employ myself as a doctor."

The Jest BookMark Lemon

The first of these methods—the living voice—has many advantages over all other means, in conveying and impressing truth.

The print is re-reversed, or put right, by impressing the fingers on transfer-paper.

Finger PrintsFrancis Galton

But instead of impressing the others, I only brought down ridicule upon myself.

The Forest FarmPeter Rosegger

She seemed very attractive at my first casual glance, impressing me favorably.

Captured by the NavajosCharles A. Curtis

If he ends by impressing the world we admire him, and people his solitude with ugly motives.

The Silent IsleArthur Christopher Benson

How thorough was his method of impressing a lesson upon those who had once been his teachers, let Pultowa and Nystad testify.

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