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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMPRINTED
As she leaned over him, he smiled faintly, and imprinted a kiss upon her lips.
Mourning and woe were imprinted on every face and in every gesture.
Suddenly he dropped the bread, seized her wrist, and imprinted a kiss on her hand.
Monte-Cristo raised her to her feet, and imprinted a kiss upon her pallid brow.
Our fathers have imprinted the seed, infused a spring of sin in us.
Curiosity, surprise and fear were imprinted upon her features.
Zicci raised her in his arms and imprinted one kiss upon her forehead.
And as he spoke he drew her towards him, and imprinted a passionate kiss on her lips.
This exercise was so agreeable to him, that it imprinted what he read upon his memory.
The existence of such a law is imprinted on the hearts of all human beings.
late 14c., from Old French empreinter, from empreinte, noun use of fem. past participle of eimpreindre "to impress, imprint," from Vulgar Latin *impremere, from Latin imprimere "to impress, imprint" (see impress). As a noun from mid-15c.