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Synonyms of 'imprint'

(noun) 
The work had left an imprint on her vocabulary.
Synonyms
impact
They expect the meeting to have a marked impact on the country's future.
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effect
The whole effect is cool, light and airy
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impression
She gave no sign that his charm had made any impression on her.
(noun) 
Definition
a mark or impression produced by pressing, printing, or stamping
the imprint of his little finger
Synonyms
mark
Each book was adorned with the publisher's mark at the bottom of the spine.
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print
the unmistakable print of a bare foot in the mud
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impression
the world's oldest fossil impressions of plant life
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stamp
You may live only where the stamp in your passport says you may.
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(verb) 
Definition
to establish firmly
She repeated the names, as if to imprint them on her mind.
Synonyms
fix
Fix the photo to the card using double-sided tape
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establish
He has established himself as a pivotal figure in US politics.
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place
Chairs were placed in rows for the parents.
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set
a gate set in a high wall
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position
Position trailing plants near the edges of the basket.
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plant
Sir Eric had evidently planted the idea in her mind.
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install
They had installed wi-fi in the apartment.
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implant
Doctors implanted an artificial heart into the 46-year-old man.
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embed
The fossils are embedded in hard sandstone.
(verb) 
Definition
to produce (a mark) by pressing, printing, or stamping
a racket with the club's badge imprinted on the strings
Synonyms
engrave
Her name was engraved on the goblet.
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print
indelibly printed on his memory
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stamp
‘Eat before July 14’ was stamped on the label.
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etch
a simple band of heavy gold etched with runes
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emboss

Additional synonyms

in the sense of effect
Definition
power to influence or produce a result
The whole effect is cool, light and airy
in the sense of embed
Definition
to fix firmly in a surrounding solid mass
The fossils are embedded in hard sandstone.
Synonyms
fix,
set,
drive in,
dig in,
hammer in,
ram in
in the sense of establish
Definition
to become firmly associated with a particular activity or reputation
He has established himself as a pivotal figure in US politics.
Synonyms

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