imprint[ noun im-print; verb im-print ]SEE DEFINITION OF imprint
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMPRINT
It was published in 1766, with a London imprint on the title-page.
How could he who appeared to the tailor Bauh imprint his hand on the board which he presented to him?
Many a volume printed in Holland and Germany bears the London imprint.
For some reason or other no imprint was applied to the plate for the 17c value.
I wanted to imprint a sweet—serious kiss upon your hand; and that's all.'
The ideas, customs and even the language have taken on a Tudesque imprint.
And he must lean across the table and imprint a fresh kiss on her lips.
What is the form that will imprint its decision upon the indecision of this material?
It is her first kiss, the imprint, the mint-mark on this virgin gold.
It is doing the prophet no injustice to say that they bear his imprint.