impressing[ verb im-pres; noun im-pres ]SEE DEFINITION OF impressing
Synonyms for impressing
- be conspicuous
- blow away
- knock out
- make a hit
- make an impression
- make splash
- push around
- show off
Antonyms for impressing
- give birth
- leave alone
- take apart
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMPRESSING
Wilhelmine's statements were impressing de Loubersac less and less favourably.
He was very earnest in impressing on Heemskirk his own feeling of absolute security.
We were not singing it—any of us, except Babberly—with a view to impressing other people.
I have no doubt that she was successful in impressing her views on Babberly and the others.
As for impressing her, or hoping to impress her, with rank—pooh!
It was evident that he was both impressed and certain of impressing his hearer.
Mrs. O'Halloran took her own way of impressing this on the kitchenmaid.
I feared, however, that I had not succeeded in impressing him with the hopelessness of his cause.
Often impressing this on his wife and daughters, he would have them at all times well dressed.
He just hoped that he wouldn't have to do his impressing at gun point.