impressionistic

[ im-presh-uh-nist ]SEE DEFINITION OF impressionistic
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It may almost be said that he gave it to us as an impressionistic account of his own life.

It looks for all the world like some sort of impressionistic valentine.

Really, the impressionistic appeal was so overwhelming I could not help it.

Maybe, my last studies are not impressionistic at all, but that I cannot help.

He arrived after the classic, romantic, impressionistic, symbolic schools.

You can just soak in the—what do you call it—the impressionistic view of it.

Manly was impressionistic in his methods of thought and expression.

She remains too wayward, too impressionistic; in a word, too personal.

His method was impressionistic in its appreciation of physical beauty.

He has permeated music completely with his impressionistic sensibility.

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