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Example sentences for "impressiveness"

Lexicographically close words:
impressionist; impressionistic; impressions; impressive; impressively; impressment; impressments; impresso; impressum; imprest
  1. His experiences at the clubroom only partially prepared him for the peculiar impressiveness of the audience that greeted him at the stately old Courthouse.

  2. But the Pope's impressiveness for Browning and for his readers lies just in his complete emancipation from the bias of his office.

  3. The very simplicity of vaccination detracts from its impressiveness unless its results are viewed through the vista of the centuries.

  4. Its impressiveness is not inherent in it, as it is in the mathematical demonstration of universal gravitation, as it is in the atomic theory or in that of the survival of the fittest through natural selection.

  5. He read with more impressiveness than effect.

  6. He condescended to these italics, considering impressiveness to be urgent.

  7. His power before the people lay in his impressiveness as a solid speaker, for no one could listen to him without the impression of the intensity of his conviction.

  8. His elements of strength as an orator were forcefulness, impressiveness and projectility of power which carried earnestness and elegance of diction.

  9. He was, however, far from having yet adopted those systematic proportions for the human body which later on gave an air of monotonous impressiveness to all his figures.

  10. The apocalyptic thunderings and voices of the Sistine Chapel owe much of their soul-thrilling impressiveness to those studies.

  11. Moreover, the absence of impressiveness in the original experience may be made good either by a repetition of the actual experience or, in the case of non-recurring experiences, by the fact of previous mnemonic revivals.

  12. Among these are to be specially noted, first of all, the degree of impressiveness of the original experience, that is to say, the amount of interest it awakened and of attention it excited.

  13. It gave definiteness and impressiveness to his best ideals.

  14. This gentleman wore a rather broad-brimmed hat for the greater wisdom of his appearance; and had his arms folded for the greater impressiveness of his attitude.

  15. His very name carried an impressiveness hardly to be measured without a precise chronology of scholarship.

  16. Mr. Lydgate had the medical accomplishment of looking perfectly grave whatever nonsense was talked to him, and his dark steady eyes gave him impressiveness as a listener.

  17. Even minute features are seized and utilized with ease and precision, while the larger elements of a scene are depicted with breadth, sense of proportion, and clearness and impressiveness of arrangement.

  18. A certain impressiveness is given by the sudden introduction of this pentameter.

  19. It is formed of flakes of black cloud, with rents and openings of intense and lurid green, and at least half of the impressiveness of the picture depends on these openings.

  20. Behind it there is a subdued window light seen in the opening between two columns, without which the impressiveness of the whole subject would, I think, be incalculably brought down.

  21. You must be near enough to see the details of their structure, and to trace the joints of their masonry, for it is in the recognition of their upbuilding, stone by stone, that their impressiveness consists.

  22. Surely at no time are the great snows endowed with more dignity, more of the impressiveness of visible size, more aspect of aloofness, of belonging to another and a nobler world, than when the full moon shines perfectly upon them.

  23. But from the crest of a suitable pass you may see the great curtain of ice and rocks edgewise, and the view has an impressiveness of its own.

  24. For sheer impressiveness of effect from a distance it cannot enter into serious competition with the Aiguille du Dru.

  25. Yet, notwithstanding its lack of the accustomed elements of grandeur, there is a profound impressiveness about The Ring and the Book which must arise from the presence of some other fine compensating or equivalent quality.

  26. In the beginning of the century Germany had no draughtsmen comparable for realistic impressiveness with Rowlandson.

  27. He too had not the impressiveness of Troyon, though he was, none the less, a healthy and forcible master.

  28. At a time when there was a danger that portrait painting would sink in the hands of Lawrence into an insipid painting of prettiness, Raeburn stood alone by the simplicity and naturalistic impressiveness of his portraiture.

  29. The golden dreams of Turner were held to be eccentricities of vision, since no one was capable of following this painter of momentary impressions in his majesty of sentiment, and the impressiveness and poetry of his method of expression.

  30. We pass through the gateway in the straggling walls and the scene of desolation and massive ruin that lies before us is hardly paralleled in impressiveness among British castles, unless it be by Corfe in Dorset.

  31. The height and size of the columns give the church an impressiveness that is hardly surpassed by any other in the Kingdom, and after Durham, it easily ranks as the finest example of Norman architecture extant.

  32. Once we have stepped into the very centre of spiritual norms and ideals they begin to reveal with a wonderful rapidity and impressiveness their own intrinsic content and value.

  33. For many years I had longed to say these words to her, but the cold impressiveness of her manner had checked them often upon my lips and thrust them back to my aching heart.

  34. But although the place had a peculiar impressiveness of its own, which never failed to exercise a sort of fascination upon me, I was glad to-day when my mother moved forward again.

  35. The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "impressiveness" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.
    Other words:
    bite; brilliance; dash; drive; effectiveness; elaborateness; elegance; force; glory; grandeur; guts; lavishness; luxury; magnificence; majesty; nervousness; nobility; poignancy; power; punch; resplendence; sinew; solemnity; splendor; state; strength; vigor; vitality