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imposing-looking

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Examples

  • They were dressed in black, each with a holstered sidearm, clutching imposing-looking Heckler & Koch submachine guns against their chests.

    The Thieves of Darkness

  • To the right was a heavy wooden door with an imposing-looking bronze doorknob and an ancient keyhole.

    Sweet Deceit

  • The house was easy to find: only a few blocks from the beach, one of the most imposing-looking places in the best neighborhood in town.

    The Promised World

  • He held a big gun, a rifle, with a tube along the top, an imposing-looking gadget with turrets and markings that sort of resembled a camera, if a camera were a tube instead of a box.

    A Bob Lee Swagger eBook Boxed Set

  • Then the lights came up, the curtain slowly rose, revealing a shiny zinc water can surrounded by several pails, all guarded by three imposing-looking uniformed assistants standing at attention.

    The Secret Life of Houdini

  • The prison inspector was a tall, imposing-looking man, with moustaches and whiskers that twisted towards the corners of his mouth.

    Resurrection

  • Up the escalator they went, through the ticket barrier (Mr Weasley delighted with the way the stile swallowed his ticket), and emerged on to a broad street lined with imposing-looking buildings and already full of traffic.

    Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

  • This imposing-looking document he placed upon the table before him.

    The Idiot

  • Moreover, the magistrates use grander and more imposing-looking coverings for the head.

    The City of the Sun

  • The work came to an end at last, and an imposing-looking package lay on the floor ready for transport.

    Heidi

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