Sentences with impression, impression in a Sentence in English, Sentences For impression

Sentences with impression, impression in a Sentence in English, Sentences For impression

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1. I didn’t mean to give that impression.

2. My father says; First impressions are important.

3. The songs of Opeth is darker than a neo-impressionist artist.

4. My aim in painting has always been the most exact transcription possible of my most intimate impression of nature.

5. Each one I go to only reinforces my general impression that religions have much, much more in common than they like to admit.

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6. Wake up, loser! She is totally out of your league. She is more beautiful than you desire. He said to the impression of the mirror.

7. There is no spot of ground, however arid, bare or ugly, that cannot be tamed into such a state as may give an impression of beauty and delight.

8. We were astonished by the beauty and refinement of the art displayed by the objects surpassing all we could have imagined – the impression was overwhelming.

9. If facts are the seeds that later produce knowledge and wisdom, then the emotions and the impressions of the senses are the fertile soil in which the seeds must grow.

10. The dull mind, once arriving at an inference that flatters the desire, is rarely able to retain the impression that the notion from which the inference started was purely problematic.

11. In the morning he was lying dead on one of the beds fully clothed. He was dead. I got the impression he wanted to go, and I must have killed him. I can’t remember strangling him. I just sat there shocked.

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12. He wished she knew his impressions, but he would as soon as thought of carrying an odour in a net as of attempting to convey the intangibles of his feeling in the coarse meshes of language. So he remained silent.

13. When I talked to my medical friends about the strange silence on this subject in American medical magazines and textbooks, I gained the impression that here was a subject tainted with Socialism or with feminine sentimentality for the poor.

14. My impression is that most women public service workers have a long fuse. Precisely because they care so deeply about services, more than anyone, they still want to find a sensible and fair negotiated agreement. But their patience has run out.

15. Politics is too partisan, and sometimes patriotism is cast aside. Patriotism is honor and love of your country and your brothers and sisters. With politics I get the impression that it’s all about what’s good for the party and not necessarily what’s good for the country.

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