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- adv. In an impressive manner; forcibly.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an impressive manner; forcibly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an impressive manner
The result here is too many good ideas and neat concepts to make a coherent movie, although the special effects remain impressively fascinating.
In fact, the novel moves rather impressively from the scientific to the mystical as we shift narrative voices.
The Sonics bounced back impressively from a 123-96 loss in Chicago on Tuesday night.
This actually manages, in impressively little space, to be simultaneously stupid and offensive, and in entirely different ways.
Indeed at the end of each long day of teaching the role changed from that of a Visiting Professor to that of a Visiting Fireman-the latter being defined as "a visiting dignitary whom it is desirable to entertain impressively".
"Monsieur de Tressan," he called impressively, "to your dying day -- and that will be none so distant -- shall you regret it if you do not hear me."
Open winning streak stood at 33, his shot at a fifth straight Flushing Meadows title impressively in tact.
The beach still bears its royal name, and the waves still roll in impressively.
Many of the academies created under Labour are performing "impressively" though most have not been open long enough to draw firm conclusions, the National Audit Office (NAO) report says.
If she wins the remaining contests as "impressively" as she did yesterday, she will lose the nomination - by something like a 75-delegate margin.
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