He sports all black, including a cape and helmet, and has an imposing baritone voice, courtesy of James Earl Jones.
In fact, what makes Ratner Ratner is that he wasted absolutely no time in imposing himself on the entertainment business.
First there was the war to replace Saddam Hussein, imposing a pro-Western Iraqi government in his place.
As different as they were, the Williams sisters possessed an unbreakable and imposing bond of unity wherever they appeared.
imposing them on everyone else through destructive maneuvering that keeps the country constantly on edge is not.
Of the imposing edifice in which he was born there was left only bare and crumbling walls.
Father Hennepin stood up and waved toward them his peace calumet, with its imposing decoration of feathers.
Friedland is chiefly remarkable for its old castle, which occupies an imposing situation on a small hill commanding the town.
He felt the girl's cold fingers on his lips, imposing silence.
You would likewise restrain Congress from requiring excessiv bail or imposing excessiv fines and unusual punishment.
"that impresses by appearance or manner," 1786, from present participle of impose (v.). Related: Imposingly.
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.