What is impression?

  • (noun): A vague idea in which some confidence is placed.
    Example: "His impression of her was favorable"
    Synonyms: feeling, belief, notion, opinion
    See also — Additional definitions below

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The Songs Of A Sentimental Bloke - Publication Details
... The completed work was first published in book form in Sydney on 9 October 1915 ... Publication details First Edition Sydney 9 October 1915 2,500 copies Second impression Sydney 2 November 1915 5,000 copies Third impression Sydney 6 December 5,000 copies Fourth impression Sydney 25 January 1916 5,000 copies Fifth impression Sydney 22 February 1916 7,000 copies Sixth impression Sydney 1 April 1916 5,500 copies Seventh impression Sydney 30 May 1916 11,000 copies Eighth impression Sydney 1 April 1916 5,000 copies Pocket edition Sydney 25 September 1916 10,000 copies Tenth impression Sydney 7 October 1916 8,000 copies Eleventh impression Sydney 24 October 1916 5,000 copies Twelfth impression Sydney 17 November 1916 5,000 copies Thirteenth impression Sydney 2 May 1917 5,000 copies Fourteenth impression London 1 July 1917 5,000 copies Fifteenth impression Sydney 1 August 1917 5,000 copies Sixteenth impression London 21 May 1918 5,000 copies Seventeenth impression Sydney 14 June 1919 3,000 copies Eighteenth impression Sydney 31 August 1919 3,000 copies Nineteenth impression Sydney 20 April 1920 3,000 copies Twentieth impression Sydney 31 August 1920 3,000 copies ...
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Duodenal Impression On Liver
... Medial to the renal impression is a third and slightly marked impression, lying between it and the neck of the gall-bladder ... the descending portion of the duodenum, and is known as the duodenal impression ...

More definitions of "impression":

  • (noun): An impressionistic portrayal of a person.
    Example: "He did a funny impression of a politician"
  • (noun): The act of pressing one thing on or into the surface of another.
    Example: "He watched the impression of the seal on the hot wax"
  • (noun): A clear and telling mental image.
    Example: "The events left a permanent impression in his mind"
    Synonyms: mental picture, picture
  • (noun): A symbol that is the result of printing.
    Synonyms: stamp
  • (noun): An outward appearance.
    Example: "He made a good impression"; "I wanted to create an impression of success"
    Synonyms: effect
  • (noun): A concavity in a surface produced by pressing.
    Example: "He left the impression of his fingers in the soft mud"
    Synonyms: depression, imprint
  • (noun): All the copies of a work printed at one time.
    Synonyms: printing
  • (noun): (dentistry) an imprint of the teeth and gums in wax or plaster.
    Example: "The dentist took an impression for use in preparing an inlay"

Famous quotes containing the word impression:

    I verily believe
    My fair impression may
    Be all from that one day
    No shadow crossed but ours....
    Robert Frost (1874–1963)

    Father Time is not always a hard parent, and, though he tarries for none of his children, often lays his hand lightly upon those who have used him well; making them old men and women inexorably enough, but leaving their hearts and spirits young and in full vigour. With such people the grey head is but the impression of the old fellow’s hand in giving them his blessing, and every wrinkle but a notch in the quiet calendar of a well- spent life.
    Charles Dickens (1812–1870)

    The unity of effect or impression is a point of the greatest importance. It is clear, moreover, that this unity cannot be thoroughly preserved in productions whose perusal cannot be completed at one sitting.
    Edgar Allan Poe (1809–1849)