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- adj. strongly affected, especially favourably
- adj. stamped, under pressure
- adj. compelled to serve in a military force
- adj. confiscated by force or authority
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of impress.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. having the conscious mind deeply or markedly affected or influenced; -- usually used with by or with.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In zoology and botany: Lower than the general surface, and appearing as if stamped into it: as, an impressed line or dot.
- Having one or more impressions.
- In electricity, supplied to a circuit by some outside source: for example, the impressed electromotive force of a circuit is the electromotive force supplied to it by a generator.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. deeply or markedly affected or influenced
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The title impressed Frank, who had grown up a Catholic.
As of Sunday, I have upgraded my live vista install to the new windows 7 RC, and to say i am impressed is far from the truth!
I saw the new Star Trek on Saturday night, and while I was impressed with the visual style and impact of the movie, I was less impressed from a feminist perspective.
I remain impressed that the editor asked to include them.
To say we were impressed is putting it mildly -- but also possibly beside the point.
It has yet again impressed every one with their creative and stylish design for the Reversible Sarees.
In fact, to say that the police were not impressed is an understatement.
Dammy. .to say i am impressed is nothing ... wow!! if we had more men thinking like this what a utopia this world would be standtall: very nice interview xxx
Palin impressed me so much that I hope she runs as a Senator for Alaska.
The fight manager was impressed from the first glimpse.