Adjective "Impressive" definition and examples

(Impressive may not be an adjective, but it can be used as an adjective, click here to find out.)

Pronunciation

/ɪmˈprɛsɪv/

Definitions and examples

adjective

Evoking admiration through size, quality, or skill; grand, imposing, or awesome.
  1. 'impressive achievements in science'
  2. 'As ever, one of the biggest pulls at the show was the impressive range of shire horses on display.'
  3. 'Again, it was impressive to see the level of detail going into the production.'
  4. 'What makes her achievement all the more impressive is that she is something of a late starter.'
  5. 'Considering this is her first lead role in a feature film, she is very impressive.'
  6. 'It was the Scottish women who led the way yesterday with a clutch of impressive victories.'
  7. 'He has an impressive list of clients, many of whom have been cajoled into backing his cause.'
  8. 'Just getting here with most of what you need is a pretty impressive accomplishment.'
  9. 'He said the terminal was all the more impressive as it was originally going to take a decade to build.'
  10. 'While these statistics may not seem impressive at first glance, they are in fact monumental.'
  11. 'From the outside, however, the results look very impressive.'

More definitions

1. having the ability to impress the mind; arousing admiration, awe, respect, etc.; moving; admirable: an impressive ceremony; an impressive appearance.

More examples(as adjective)

"people can be impressive in things."

"orders can be impressive in dates."

"breadths can be impressive in sessions."

"gains can be impressive in markets."

"cookers can be impressive in moderns."

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