WORD ORIGIN

Late Middle English (in the sense ‘apply with pressure’): from Old French empresser, from em- ‘in’ + presser or premere ‘to press’, influenced by Latin imprimere (imprint)

impressableness,  impressible,  impressionability,  impressional,  impressiveness,  impressment,  misimpression,  neo-impressionism,  neo-impressionist,  post-impressionism,  post-impressionist,  post-impressionistic,  reimpress,  reimpression,  sense-impression,  unimpressionable,  unimpressiveness
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