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Synonyms for impression

Synonyms for impression

the strong effect exerted by one person or thing on another

the character projected or given by someone to the public

intuitive cognition

the visible effect made on a surface by pressure

the entire number of copies of a publication printed from a single typesetting

Synonyms

Synonyms for impression

a vague idea in which some confidence is placed

an outward appearance

a clear and telling mental image

a symbol that is the result of printing or engraving

all the copies of a work printed at one time

(dentistry) an imprint of the teeth and gums in wax or plaster

an impressionistic portrayal of a person

the act of pressing one thing on or into the surface of another

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Boxing of final impression is the utmost suitable technique to detain artificial stone and assist the pouring of master cast.
The form of the dust jacket for the third Musson edition is uncertain, but a new design was introduced by the fourth Musson edition in 1920, one which was used regularly until the twelfth and final impression of this edition in 1943.
The final impression is the polish on the overall impression of who you are.
Yet, from Bumsted's own comments in the historiographic essay, this is not the final impression that he wished to create.
The communicator's voice is a major determiner of the receiver's first and final impression.
But how to bring this about is a very difficult question, and the authors' honesty in accepting this complexity leads to a certain flatness in the final impression left on this reader.
My first impression was "geez, way cool," my second was "aw, not another gimmick," and my third and final impression is: "Wow, in the right situation, these things would be great
My final impression of the book is that it is indeed the result of a one-day meeting.
One's final impression remains that of a challenging book, simultaneously reductive and widely ranging.
Still, a final impression is one that so often comes from a massive task brilliantly executed with no cost or care spared: that so much can still be studied and learned about the Squarcialupi Codex.
The final impression from watching the Republicans' hundred-day dash to do so much is one of disjointed futility, of having watched a tape playing at wrong speeds.
The final impression one gets is that the idea for the conference may have been a good one and those who want a record of this event will want to buy the volume that resulted from it, but I do not think that it is the sort of work most scholars will want to add to their collections.
Yet the combination of faith and tolerance that de Lisle embodied still has a message for our own age and therefore the final impression of this outstanding biography is one of hope.
But the recording exposes, more clearly than any in recent memory, the dark side of the "degree of difficulty" standard: Kiss's music and lyrics do not begin to rise to the level of the material, and so the final impression left by the cast album is one of an extraordinary thing made ordinary, pedestrian, pleasant--like the freezer-section versions of exotic ethnic entrees.
The final impression is that the homely and the erudite conspire in Emerson's mind and in these notebooks to create the intellectual patchwork of Emerson's thought and style.