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If I had been going into a real engagement I could not have been more deeply imprest by the importance of the occasion.
Arthur Mainwaring was a commissioner of the customs, and auditor of the imprest.
MACAULAY'S LIFE OF SAMUEL JOHNSONTHOMAS BABINGTON MACAULAY
Awe-imprest, and wonder-struck, she softly opened her side curtain to look after it.
CAMILLAFANNY BURNEY
When I went to lunch at noon it was still raining very hard, but as I had no umbrella this simply imprest the subject on my mind.
So home, mightily pleased in mind that I have got my bills of imprest cleared by bills signed this day, to my good satisfaction.
The pressed sailors often deserted with the “imprest money” given them.
God gyue them his grace and make them imprest as true Christians ought.
This was forcibly imprest upon my mind at a political gathering.
Note how each sentence is rounded out into fulness, until it is imprest upon your memory.
The evening on which I saw the Rhine for the first time, I was imprest with the same idea.

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