In 1695, still under an imposed silence, she died in a plague sweeping the capital.
A two-state solution can be imposed if the U.S. makes the decision to have it so.
Recently though, China has imposed restrictions on foreign trash and become pickier about what types of plastics it will accept.
As long as they are not being treated fairly by the state, it should not be imposed upon them.
It imposed order on the world and gave purpose to American power.
The story—of treason and a bottle—which had imposed on his colleagues might not move her much.
A fine of twelve shillings was imposed on each health-drinker.
How funny the grave, fat judge looked as he delivered that fatherly lecture and imposed that fine!
Had she so far fulfilled the trust her dead husband had imposed upon her?
For any disobedience a fine of one dollar shall be imposed upon the offender.
late 14c., "to lay (a crime, etc.) to the account of," from Old French imposer "put, place; impute, charge, accuse" (c.1300), from assimilated form of in- "into, in" (see in- (2)) + poser "put, place" (see pose (v.1)). Sense of "to lay on as a burden" first recorded 1580s. Related: Imposed; imposing.