1 The leader alone retained his stern, impressive expression.
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2 So thrilling had the man's narrative been, and his manner was so impressive that we had sat silent and absorbed.
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3 Gradually the plans grew into a complicated mass of cranks and cog-wheels, covering more than half the floor, which the other animals found completely unintelligible but very impressive.
4 It was impressive, to the nurses, the way an old boy of his age could still bawl and make a brute like that obey him.
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5 Most impressive, so they say--they were lucky--in eruption.
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6 The visitor having strolled to the window, and being then engaged in looking carelessly out, was as unmoved by this impressive entry as man could possibly be.
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7 By this time the change of baggage was hastily achieved; for the single word "outlaws" rendered every one sufficiently alert, and the approach of twilight made the sound yet more impressive.
8 He was a regular gondolier in a white-and-blue blouse, not very good-looking, not at all impressive.
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9 'Don't make your eyes red, Oliver, but eat your food and be thankful,' said Mr. Bumble, in a tone of impressive pomposity.
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10 The address was solemn and impressive; the sentence fearful to hear.
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11 Twilight combined with the scenery of Egdon Heath to evolve a thing majestic without severity, impressive without showiness, emphatic in its admonitions, grand in its simplicity.
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12 Thinner and less immediately traceable than the other two, it was far more impressive than either.
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13 The man who entered was a strange and impressive figure.
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14 His accounts revealed merely what the means had been; and these were such that it was fortunate for his wife and daughter that his books were examined only after his impressive funeral.
15 But this measured delivery made his words more impressive, and mourners who had been dry-eyed before began now to reach for handkerchiefs.
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