Just impressing each other with their photo thefts appears to be reward enough for them.
They manage to excite their respective party bases while also impressing establishment heavyweights.
Weather Channel meteorologist Jim Cantore valiantly battles Hurricane Isaac in New Orleans Wednesday morning, impressing everyone.
One would be in the midst of a lot of actors, and besides, they're really only good for impressing shopgirls.
I could fancy that he considered he was impressing Mary with all this talk.
Mrs. O'Halloran took her own way of impressing this on the kitchenmaid.
It was a wonderful sight, impressing even Quong, and for a long time no one spoke.
Often impressing this on his wife and daughters, he would have them at all times well dressed.
"Jessie Ball is bent on impressing Ethan," thought the pitiless young observer.
He just hoped that he wouldn't have to do his impressing at gun point.
late 14c., "have a strong effect on the mind or heart," from Latin impressus, past participle of imprimere "press into or upon, stamp," from assimilated form of in- "into, in, on, upon" (see in- (2)) + premere "to press" (see press (v.1)). Literal sense of "to apply with pressure, make a permanent image in, indent, imprint" is from early 15c. in English. Sense of "to levy for military service" is from 1590s, a meaning more from press (v.2). Related: Impressed; impressing.
"act of impressing," also "characteristic mark," 1590s, from impress (v.).