impressive

[ im-pres-iv ]SEE DEFINITION OF impressive

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMPRESSIVE

Suddenly his countenance shone with a strange and impressive beauty.

It was what is generally known as a most impressive service.

Still it was an impressive sight, to one who had not seen Niagara.

The orator of Guayana to be impressive must be long, however little he may have to say.

Cartwright, in his most impressive manner, stepped a foot closer to Bud's chair.

And he felt that his manner when confronted with the telegram had not been impressive.

Duncan was touched at the quiet and impressive exhibition of his grief.

Such whims are only impressive as we originate them, I think; they are not to be communicated.

I was aware that the latter phrase was heated where I had merely meant it to be impressive.

In truth, he is as impressive in the home as in the cathedral.

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