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disjunction, disjuncture, Disseverance, Disseverment, disunion, severance, partition, detachment, parting, separation.
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Correct spelling:
impress
Definition:
Fig.: To fix deeply in the mind; to present forcibly to the attention, etc.; to imprint; to inculcate.

Synonyms:

noun
act
impress, impressment.
impress
ingrain, impressment, instill, imprint, yarn-dye, move, strike, affect, print, shanghai.
list
inscribe.
print
newsprint, typescripts, black-and-whites, lettering, black-and-white, letterings, black and white, newspaper, edition, Typesetting, typescript.
verb
amaze
bewilder, daze, amaze, dazzle, overwhelm, astound, astonish, stun, surprise.
emotion
strike, affect, move, impress.
emphasize
fix, drive home, inculcate, establish, get into head, instill, stress, bring home, press, set.
influence
get, faze, stir, bulldoze, galvanize, be conspicuous, grab, overawe, make an impression, affect, awe, stimulate, knock out, grandstand, arouse, blow away, inspire, enthuse, kill, electrify, sway, push around, make splash, pique, thrill, buffalo, make a hit, excite, provoke, touch, score, slay, enforce, move, carry, register, strike, show off.
press down to make design
engrave, stamp, mark, dent, inscribe, print, imprint, emboss, carve, indent, etch.
print
copy, emboss, print, imprint, stamp, reproduce.
take
steal.
Examples of usage:
  1. It was a pale, determined face, which could hardly fail to impress those with whom he came in contact as the face of a strong man. – Roden's Corner by Henry Seton Merriman
  2. " And very natural, my dear; for distant objects never impress the mind like what is visible and present. – The Young Emigrants; Madelaine Tube; The Boy and the Book; and Crystal Palace by Susan Anne Livingston Ridley Sedgwick
  3. But, after all, said the doctor, what is there in our economic application of this principle which need impress a man of your time with any other sensation than one of surprise that it was not earlier made? – Equality by Edward Bellamy
  4. But I must impress upon you, Sir Adrian, that the longer we can keep her in this state, the better. – The Light of Scarthey by Egerton Castle

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