Definition of 'Impressionist'
Example sentences containing 'impressionist'
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Its impressionist vagueness told her she was pretty, she was still quite pretty, still quite young. LOST CHILDREN (1995)You'll be painting an impressionist picture, not taking a photograph, so I mustn't get upset if some details are missing or distorted. ULTIMATE PRIZES (1995)
Molly deliberately turned toward her backyard, where her flowers spread like an impressionist painting in the bright sunlight. BAD MEDICINE (1995)
Trends of 'Impressionist'
Used Occasionally. impressionist is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'Impressionist'
British English: impressionist NOUN
An impressionist is an entertainer who does amusing imitations of well-known people.
Definition of Impressionist from the Collins English Dictionary
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