impressed in a sentence

  1. He was impressed very much by Mahatma Gandhi.
  2. I am impressed with his honesty.
  3. Your honesty has impressed me much.
  4. I am very much impressed by the teachings of Lord Buddha.
  5. We were very much impressed by her beauty and intelligence.
  6. I am very much impressed by the teachings of you.
  7. She impressed him with her talent.
  8. Their agility and co-ordination impressed one and all.
  9. I am highly impressed by the progress made by you recently.
  10. They impressed the audience with their zeal, verve and stamina.
  11. I am impressed by the speeches of you.
  12. I am pretty impressed by the look and feel of it.
  13. I am impressed about your looks and attitude.
  14. A girl easily gets impressed if a man has bold and confident personality.
  15. Some girls are better impressed with pearls than diamonds.
  16. We are sure that your family will be impressed.
  17. She is not impressed by your moves.
  18. She always impressed me with her style quotient.
  19. This impressed us.
  20. They get impressed on you.
  21. I am impressed by your honesty.
  22. We are very impressed.
  23. No other book impressed me as much as the Gita.
  24. He impressed everyone with his extempore speech.
  25. Will she be impressed?
  26. I was impressed to read it.
  27. Her childlike simplicity impressed me very much.
  28. Your manners have impressed your boss.
  29. I am not impressed by what he did.
  30. He impressed everybody.
  31. His immense humbleness impressed me a lot.
  32. I am not impressed by what he did.
  33. He impressed everybody at the party.
  34. His charming voice impressed the audience very much.
  35. I am deeply impressed by this grand and magnificent building.
  36. His kind words impressed me.
  37. I was very much impressed of your gesture.
  38. I am highly impressed by her extraordinary personality.
  39. I am deeply impressed by your honesty.
  40. The fluency of his speech impressed us all.
  41. Your boss has been impressed with your manners.
  42. We are all impressed by his sobriety.
  43. I was impressed by his quiet confidence.
  44. He impressed everyone with his fine batting.
  45. We were deeply impressed with his speech.
  46. It has impressed me much.
  47. Your lecture impressed me.
  48. He impressed everyone with his extempore speech.
  49. The fluency of his speech impressed us all.
  50. He impressed us with his talks.
  51. We were really impressed by the service and the food preparation of your hotel.
  52. The news impressed him greatly.
  53. Your manners have impressed your boss.
  54. She impressed all of us.
  55. We were impressed by his talent.
  56. He has impressed her.
  57. I am not impressed by what he did.
  58. He gave it an international outlook and impressed upon other nations.
  59. We were highly impressed by the beauty and majesty of the Taj.
  60. He impressed everybody at the party.
  61. His charming voice impressed the audience very much.
  62. Neither of the two candidates impressed me.
  63. I was impressed to read it.
  64. He impressed him by his erudition and legal knowledge.
  65. Her kind action strongly impressed me.
  66. I was impressed by his magic tricks.
  67. I was very impressed by his story.
  68. Your resume has really impressed me.
  69. Everyone in the office was impressed with the way he handled the problem.
  70. This machine impressed everyone.
  71. He impressed me with his magic tricks.
  72. Everyone was really impressed with that machine.
  73. I was much impressed by his story.
  74. I think you will be impressed with the answers.
  75. Your CV has really impressed me.
  76. We were very impressed by his new book.
  77. I was deeply impressed by Roman architecture.
  78. I was deeply impressed by his speech.
  79. We were deeply impressed by the lecturer’s eloquent speech.
  80. The audience was impressed by his profound lecture.
  81. I was deeply impressed with his courage.
  82. His speech impressed us very much.
  83. The tidiness of his clothes always impressed me.

Synonyms & Near Synonyms for impressed

Aware

  • He is fully aware of my difficulties and troubles.
  • I am aware of his temperament.
  • Aren’t you aware that you will get very low marks if you can’t spell ?
  • She is aware of her rights.
  • Here are some of the effects you should be aware of.

Caring

  • He is the most caring father in the world.
  • You have many caring friends.
  • Libras are caring as well as careful.

Concerned

  • As far as I am concerned I will help you.
  • The ideas with which we be concerned be broadly divided into two kinds.
  • I’m not concerned with the plan.
  • So far as I am concerned there is no objection.
  • As far as I am concerned the question is not simple.
  • As far as I am concerned I can leave today.
  • What are you concerned about?
  • People are getting more concerned about the matter.
  • He is not concerned in this project.
  • You must bring the person who is immediately concerned with the accident.

Impressed

  • His speech impressed us very much.
  • I’m very impressed by your work.
  • The tidiness of his clothes always impressed me.
  • I was impressed by the general knowledge of Japanese students.
  • The applicant impressed the examiner favorably.
  • I was deeply impressed by the scenery.
  • What impressed me was the blue sky.
  • I was deeply impressed with his courage.
  • Her singing impressed him so much that he asked her to sing on the radio.

Interested

  • I have been greatly interested in the book.
  • I am interested in opening a savings account in your bank.
  • Their opposition interested people.
  • We are very interested in the history.
  • He was mainly interested in the origin and development of the universe.
  • She was not interested in boys at all.
  • He was interested only in money.
  • I am interested in music.

Mindful

  • He is mindful of his duties.
  • She was not mindful of her promise to her friend.
  • It is well to be mindful of our health.
  • I wasn’t being mindful and got on a wrong bus by mistake.
  • You must be mindful of your family responsibilities.

Passionate

  • He broke out a loud and passionate cry.
  • She had a passionate interest in music.

Warm

  • Will they give him a warm welcome ?
  • I will never forget their warm hands.
  • Wear warm clothes in winter.

Zealous

  • Mr Nehru was a zealous reformer.
  • He is zealous in his work.
  • Be zealous in a good cause.
  • How do the zealous athletes play ?

Heedful

Warmhearted

Antonyms & Near Antonyms for Impressed

Aloof

  • We should keep aloof from bad boys.

Apathetic

  • If you start to feel cranky disturbed or apathetic that means your body is not getting enough sleep.

Casual

  • This is quite a usual way of expressing a casual invitation.
  • I availed myself of casual leave.
  • He is on casual leave to-day.
  • She has two pairs of casual pants.
  • It was a casual meeting.
  • She has two pairs of casual pants.

Cold

  • No one really likes dieting during winters because it gets too cold to exercise .
  • Here are some benefits of choosing a cold water bath over a hot one.
  • During cold weather, blood vessels constrict and become narrow, putting pressure on heart .
  • Treat cold sores overnight with our magical home remedies.

Disinterested

  • A great leader renders disinterested service to his society.
  • I believe in disinterested service to mankind.
  • I have assessed this case in a most disinterested way.
  • Science is a disinterested quest for knowledge.
  • Some disinterested person should be made judge to decide this matter.
  • I am not biased, so let me give you some disinterested advice.

Indifferent

  • They had become indifferent to their great culture.
  • He is indifferent to his health.
  • We should not be indifferent to the problems of our country.
  • She is quite indifferent to the upbringing of her children.
  • She was indifferent to our troubles.
  • How can you be so indifferent to your wife’s trouble?

Insensible

  • I am insensible to pain.
  • He is insensible to insult.
  • She is insensible to shame.
  • His paralyses arm is insensible to feeling.
  • You seem to be insensible of their good intentions.

Lukewarm

  • Let it dry for about minutes before rinsing off the residue with lukewarm water.
  • After minutes you can rinse it off with lukewarm water and finally with cold water.
  • After an hour rinse off the residue with lukewarm water.
  • After keeping it on for about an hour wash off with lukewarm water.
  • In the morning use lukewarm water to wash it off.
  • Rinse it off using a mild cleanser and lukewarm water.
  • Rinse it with lukewarm water and use mild shampoo.

Numb

  • He was numb with shock.
  • Sometimes the sound makes the ears go numb and also cause deafness.
  • My fingers are so numb with cold that I can’t play the piano.
  • This shot will help numb the pain.
  • Your gums will get numb in a few minutes.
  • The swimmers were numb with cold.
  • My hands were numb with cold.

Remote

  • The mobile phones have reached even the remote areas.
  • She was born in a remote village in Nepal.
  • The power plant supplies the remote district with electricity.
  • He lived in a house remote from the village.
  • Where’s the remote control for the TV?
  • There is a TV remote control under the couch.

Tepid

  • After an hour wash it off with a shampoo and tepid water.
  • Follow up by rinsing your hair with tepid water.

 

Halfhearted

Unimpressed

Incurious

Perfunctory

Pococurante

Unconcerned

Uncurious

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