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The entire film consists of archival materials edited together into an impressionistic portrait of Nixon and his closest aides.

In form, the stories range from impressionistic to fairly linear.

A pack of planets transits your impressionistic sector, where transcending the material or ordinary becomes the focus.

The exercise is impressionistic and personal, one with which many readers will, doubtless, take issue.

If one may judge a woman by the impressionistic method, I should say that Mrs. Bland would be very attractive to men.

All Japanese art, poetry as well as painting, is impressionistic and suggestive instead of detailed.

Analytical minds naturally turn to wit, by preference: Impressionistic minds to humour.

In this book I deal with ghosts and devils by and large, in an impressionistic way.

I think I should have represented battle scenes, and put smoke to hide everything, and then have said it was impressionistic!


On this page you'll find 16 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to impressionistic, such as: evocative, allusive, connotative, evocatory, expressive, and giving an inkling.

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