He gives the impression of someone who takes his work seriously, but not himself.
But many headlines and countless tweets based on his piece certainly give that impression.
The impression was so strong that I felt unusually happy and refreshed.
Both give the impression that time is working in their favor and that they have alternative options.
“Yeah, I totally misspoke, it was not the impression I meant to give,” Ryan said.
But alas, it was only their idiosyncrasies which used to make any impression upon us.
Such an impression does every mark of courage make upon them!
I suppose all the prophets were like this, their writings produce that impression!
You must not spoil the impression you have made for yourself and which we have emphasized all along.
Bahram then strengthened his left, and, transferring himself to this part of the field, made an impression on the Roman right.
late 14c., "mark produced by pressure," also "image produced in the mind or emotions," from Old French impression "print, stamp; a pressing on the mind," from Latin impressionem (nominative impressio) "onset, attack," figuratively "perception," literally "a pressing into," from imprimere (see impress). Meaning "act or process of indenting" is early 15c.; that of "printing of a number of copies" is from 1570s. Meaning "belief, vague notion" (as in under the impression) is from 1610s.
impression im·pres·sion (ĭm-prěsh'ən)
An effect, a feeling, or an image retained as a consequence of experience.
A mark or indentation made by the pressure of one organ on the surface of another.
An imprint of the teeth and surrounding tissues, formed with a plastic material that hardens into a mold for use in making dentures, inlays, or plastic models.