Imposing Synonyms and Antonyms

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Synonyms for Imposing

Capable of being impressed.
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Impressive or beautiful in a dignified or inspiring way.
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To put to use; to use or employ for a particular purpose, or in a particular case; to appropriate; to devote; as, to apply money to the payment of a debt.
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Astounding:
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Inspiring awe and reverence; imposing and magnificent
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Of or relating to a baron or barony.
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Having more importance than others; principal:
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Of, like, characteristic of, or suitable to a lord
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The definition of magnific is a description for something grand in size, magnificent or pompous.
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Having excellent qualities; superior
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Munificent; lavish:
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Belonging to or befitting a monarch:
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(Nautical) In large sailing ships, of a mast right above the topgallant mast and its sails.
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Having or showing splendor
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The definition of stately is someone or something with a majestic and dignified manner.
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(Archaic) Of lofty appearance or bearing; haughty:
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Extremely fine; excellent
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(Colloquial) Excellent, exciting, remarkable.
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(Slang) Originating from surfer culture and/or Southern California. An expressive term to mean something is of large magnitude, either good or bad, and sometimes both. e.g. "That wave was burly!" (meaning it was large, dangerous and difficult to ride). "This hike is going to be burly, but worth it because there is good body surfing at that beach." (meaning the hike is going to be hard work).
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Impressively dominant.
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Exaggerated; inflated:
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(Of a person, their language or writing) given to using language in a showy way by using an excessive amount of difficult words to impress others; bombastic; turgid
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Large in amount or measure; generous or considerable:
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The definition of haughty is an arrogant person.
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Regal; majestic.
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Of or pertaining to a large mass; weighty, heavy, or bulky.
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Projecting
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Marked by an extravagant or presumptuous outward show; ostentatious:
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Produced in the manner of a sonorant.
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That strikes or is on strike
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(Gram.) Designating or of the extreme degree of comparison of adjectives and adverbs; expressing the greatest degree of the quality or attribute expressed by the positive degree: usually indicated by the suffix -est (hardest) or by the use of most with the positive form (most beautiful)
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Having considerable height, especially in relation to width; lofty:
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Very tall or high, particularly used to denote something that is taller than anything around it.
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The state of being grandiose (pompous or pretentious).
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The act or practice of an impostor; fraud; deception
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A term of address for royalty and imperiality
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A right or privilege belonging to a monarch
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To bring about by authority or force; force to prevail:
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To impose a tax, fine, or other punishment on (a person or business).
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Dignified in conduct or appearance:
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Of or relating to a magistrate or a magistrate's official functions.
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To compel observance of or obedience to:
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To impose (a tax or fine) to collect monies due, or to confiscate property
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(--- Informal) To converse or chat, as during a visit
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To thrust upon; to impose.
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To give vent or free play to (one's anger, malice, rage, etc.)
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(Music) To perform on an instrument:
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To request to be supplied with:
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To offer or force (oneself, one's opinions, etc.) upon others unasked or unwanted
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(Geol.) To force (liquid magma, etc.) into or between solid rocks
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To infringe is defined as to violate a law or agreement, or to exceed limits.
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(Linguistics) In generative grammar, to construct (a sentence, for example) through the successive application of linguistic operations, rules, and conditions.
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To gain by the use of force or coercion:
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To order to appear; summon
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To create is to make something.
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To load to capacity; fill:
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To encumber with a burden (in any of the noun senses of the word).
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To force payment of; extort
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(Often with “up"") To exhaust the supply of; to consume by employing
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(Now rare) To perform, do (something) without authority; to lay claim to without permission. [from 14th c.]
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To use for one’s own advantage.
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To use wrongly; misuse
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To hesitate, to be reluctant; to refuse.
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(Idiomatic) To give a responsibility to someone.
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To order (a drug or medical device) for use by a particular patient.
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To influence the outcome or actions of (something) by improper or unlawful means:
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To order, decide, or appoint by decree or officially
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(Sports) To hurl with an overhand pushing motion:
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Antonyms for Imposing

(Especially of behaviour or clothing) Avoiding being sexually suggestive.
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Lacking the ability to impress, inability to produce an impression.
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Not important; insignificant or petty.
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Inferior to or placed below another in rank, power, importance, etc.; secondary
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Commonly encountered; usual:
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Having no special designation, status, or rank:
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(Rare) Commonplace
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The definition of poor is having little money or belongings, or lacking something.
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Words Related to Imposing

Having or showing dignity or stateliness
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Conspicuous in position, wealth, or importance; prominent:
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To perform for an audience:
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To impose and collect a tax from (a person).
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To have as a requisite or necessity; need or depend on:
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