Noun(1) a distinctive influence(2) a concavity in a surface produced by pressing(3) an identification of a publisher; a publisher's name along with the date and address and edition that is printed at the bottom of the title page(4) an impression produced by pressure or printing(5) a device produced by pressure on a surface
Verb(1) establish or impress firmly in the mind(2) mark or stamp with or as if with pressure
(1) They believe that the imprint of God's creative genius is upon every human being.(2) His spell at Cambridge left an indelible imprint on the young Howard.(3) Daniels invented concrete stamps that can imprint curving border patterns in concrete.(4) A red imprint marked my waist where my stockings' elastic had pressed.(5) For example, Donna Hill is the lead author for Kensington Publishing's Dafina, a new imprint for romance novels.(6) When this is compounded over time, the effect is a lasting imprint in the mind of the child - so much so that the child carries the experience with them into their adult life with disastrous results.(7) We carry the imprint of this experience for life, even into our dying.(8) Traditional seals derive their authenticity from the imprint of the sealer; the challenge for electronic commerce is to devise a similar system to validate digital information.(9) So I have what is known as an imprint , it's an arm of a publishing house.(10) [She's] working on two books to be published by Atria, an imprint of Simon & Schuster.(11) It is published by Highdown, an imprint of Raceform Ltd, Compton, Newbury and is priced at Ôö¼├║17.99stg.(12) The country will forever be poorer without Desmond Tutu and Nelson Mandela, but their imprint is so strong that we can follow the path of their leadership, even when they've moved on.(13) His poetics of protest that projects the writer as a revolutionary bears the unmistakable imprint of Marxist thought.(14) An imprint in the dirt and scuff marks on her boots proved this, and they said the boots had helped her cling to the fence.(15) The easiest way to stamp concrete is to imprint texture only.(16) years in the colonies had left their imprint
1. stamp ::
2. fix ::
3. impress ::
4. form ::
5. impression ::
6. impact ::
Different Formsimprint, imprinted, imprinter, imprinters, imprinting, imprints
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