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use "impress" in a sentence

Originally I had aspirations of creating a T-shirt brand, mainly to impress a girl.

She is sixty-nine and is the sort of spick and span my nan tried and failed to impress on me.

The first thing to impress us was a piper playing the bagpipes on the wharf to welcome the ship.

They're designed to impress and impose; to give the idea of authority to the living and the dead.

This also proves helpful when you’re trying to impress the guy or girl you just sent a drink, too.

His form for the Gills has now been rewarded with an opportunity to impress with the Irish under-21s.

But it doesn't rely on looks alone to impress -- its treatments are as luxurious as its surroundings.

Coming into the season, Tsipis emphasized playing a tough schedule to impress the selection committee.

Fast cars do not impress me much, I'd rather ride a bicycle.

Jim flexed his muscles just as the girls walked by, hoping to impress them.

Boris always tries to impress the girls with quotations from Shakespeare's sonnets.

52 teen girls dress, sing to impress Miss America officials.

Since taking over Hong Kong, China has promised that, under its "one country, two systems" formula, China's socialist economic system will not be imposed on Hong Kong. impress

He was always trying to impress the girls by quoting Shakespeare.

His skill came to impress many, and he was considered a prominent virtuoso soloist.

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