What is the dictionary meaning of impressed?

Definition of impress (Entry 1 of 4) transitive verb. 1a : to affect especially forcibly or deeply : gain the admiration or interest of her honesty impressed us. b : to produce a vivid impression of. 2a : to apply with pressure so as to imprint.

What is another word for Impressed?

In this page you can discover 57 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for impressed, like: dazzled, inspired, moved, impressed with, electrified, wowed, amazed, emphasized, struck, effected and surprised.

What type of word is impressed?

verb (used with object), im·pressed or (Archaic) im·prest; im·pres·sing. to affect deeply or strongly in mind or feelings; influence in opinion: He impressed us as a sincere young man.

What is an example of Impress?

“She was very impressed with his artwork.” Used with verbs: “She wanted to impress her mother-in-law with a nice dinner.” “He did not impress his girlfriend’s parents.”

Is impressed a feeling?

If you are impressed by something or someone, you feel great admiration for them. I’m very impressed with the new airport.

What’s the opposite of impressed?

What is the opposite of impressed?

unimpressed blasé
apathetic dispassionate
aloof insouciant
disinterested impartial
bored wary

What is the opposite of impressed?

How do you use impress in a sentence?

Impress sentence example

  1. It was hard to tell whether he was trying to impress his sister or shock her.
  2. I’m not trying to impress anyone.
  3. He’d never tried to impress his family before, but that might be his purpose at this point.
  4. How did he impress you?

What do you say when you’re amazed?

Ways of saying that you are surprised or shocked – thesaurus

  1. funnily enough. phrase.
  2. you don’t say. phrase.
  3. heavens above. phrase.
  4. Well, I never (did) phrase.
  5. is that a fact? phrase.
  6. you would not believe. phrase.
  7. of all things/people/places. phrase.
  8. now I’ve seen everything/it all. phrase.

How can I impress someone with words?

Present confident body language.

  1. Stand straight, with your chest out and your chin parallel to the floor. Balance your weight on both legs.
  2. Practice some controlled gestures. Don’t flail wildly about, but learn to emphasize words with appropriate hand gestures.
  3. Make smooth and controlled movements.
  4. Make eye contact.

What is a big word for amazing?

admirable, amazing, astonishing, awesome, brilliant, cool, enjoyable, excellent, fabulous, fantastic, fine, incredible, magnificent, marvelous, outstanding, phenomenal, pleasant, pleasing, remarkable, sensational.