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Sentence count:150+4 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-07-19Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: affectengraveestablishfiximprintmarkplantrootstampstrikeSimilar words: impressiveimpressionpresspress fordepresseddepressionimprovedcomprehensionMeaning: [ɪm'pres]  n. the act of coercing someone into government service. v. 1. have an emotional or cognitive impact upon 2. impress positively 3. produce or try to produce a vivid impression of 4. mark or stamp with or as if with pressure 5. reproduce by printing 6. take (someone) against his will for compulsory service, especially on board a ship 7. dye (fabric) before it is spun. 
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1. She did not impress me at all.
2. The Grand Canyon never fails to impress people.
3. The boys were vying to impress her.
4. The Grand Canyon never fails to impress.
5. He uses big words to impress people.
6. Don't ever change just to impress and please someone. Change because it makes you a better person and it leads you to a better future.
7. The speaker tried hard to impress the audience but left them cold.
8. Steve borrowed his dad's sports car to impress his girlfriend.
9. The sights of the city never fail to impress foreign tourists.
10. He spoke loudly to impress.
11. The results failed to impress us.
12. Rick is slightly smarmy and eager to impress.
13. He was straining every nerve to impress the judges.
14. She played up her past achievementsjust to impress us.
15. Jed wanted to impress a Harvard professor and some other big guns.
16. You can try your best to impress the interviewers but in the end it's often just a question of luck.
17. It's important to impress your seniors if you want to be promoted.
18. Make the extra effort to impress the buyer and you will be rewarded with a quicker sale.
19. He tried to impress me with his extensive knowledge of wine.
20. Mr Simmons tried to impress on me how much easier my life would be if I were better organized.
21. Teachers should impress the children with the virtue of always telling the truth.
21. Wish you can benefit from and make progress everyday!
22. She keeps trying to impress on me how she doesn't fancy him but does she protest too much?
23. The boys were vying with each other to impress her.
24. He tried to impress his teachers by using big words in all his essays.
25. He tried to impress me by flexing his huge muscles.
26. Life isn't a competition. It's a journey. If you spend that journey always trying to impress others, to outdo others, you're wasting your journey.
27. She threw in a lot of flashy footwork to impress the judges.
28. Ask young Harry to do it — he's still an eager beaver and wants to impress by his willingness.
29. Some people go back for their education to acquire another degree or diploma to impress the society.
30. A style consultant will demonstrate how to dress to impress.
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