impressions[ im-presh-uhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF impressions
Antonyms for impressions
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMPRESSIONS
Now, I must say a word or two about my first impressions on visiting Melbourne.
I have a very indifferent opinion of light and first impressions.
Like is a feeble word to voice one's impressions of the land of lovely women.
Gradually a new series of impressions began to register on Martin's brain.
The sun shines, and our impressions pass away with the storm.
Produce the impressions or original sentiments, from which the ideas are copied.
What if we were to remain so true to these first impressions as to form no others?
Count Prada began to laugh when Pierre told him of these impressions.
The horror of it crowded out all other impressions, sensations fears.
Battered and worn from the day's impressions I wanted to be alone and to think.