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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of imprint.
  • adj. Stamped or impressed.
  • adj. Produced by or exhibiting imprinting; showing distinction by its origin from the paternal or maternal genome.


from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

From imprint +‎ -ed.


  • She never complained about her illnesses and quickly earned the title imprinted on her T-shirt, “Our Favorite Aunt.”

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  • Bobby said sure, and wanted to know if I wanted my name imprinted on them.

    Caught Me a Big ’Un . . . and then I let him go!

  • When he unleashed the cascade of flowers at the bishop's feet, he revealed a stunning image of the Virgin imprinted on the cloak.

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  • But, unlike a lot of other guys who had killed their wives or their lovers, at least he didn ` t run to the police, stage a vigil, you know, have her name imprinted on a T-shirt while leading a search for the person that he was to begin with.

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  • But he was feeling so much like trampled horse turds that it wasn't until he'd read not only her organ donor card but also the name imprinted on her cheques that he realised who the woman actually was.

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  •           Chaney opened the volume with curiosity and found a calling card with her name imprinted on one side, and the address of a government laboratory in Illinois written on the other.

    Two in Time

  • Suddenly the word imprinted on his brain caught his eye.

    Jack Haydon's Quest

  • My father indulged me and printed up a batch of stationery in his print shop, ecru paper with a beautiful silhouette of a fountain pen across the top, with my name imprinted under it.

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  • The gene believed to be responsible is "imprinted" - the name given to the process by which genes inherited from parents are switched on or off in male or female offspring.

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  • Most notorious, for example, was the Muslim student-sponsored, pro-Palestinian April 2002 demonstration that included odious flyers and posters depicting a dead Palestinian baby on a soup-can label imprinted with the words "Palestinian Children Meat, slaughtered according to Jewish rites under American license," echoing the centuries-old blood libel of European antisemitism that accused Jews of murdering Gentile children and using their blood to bake matzos - a slander that has, not surprisingly, currently gained credence in the Arab world.



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