Examples from the Web for imposingly
This chilly gentleman rose, imposingly from behind a desk of snow.A Singular Life|Elizabeth Stuart Phelps
Evidently this imposingly named product is practically a lanolin ointment containing oil of wintergreen and menthol.
They were imposingly magnificent, but they were only as gorgeous clouds that marked the sunset of Mississippi steamboat travel.Mark Twain, A Biography, 1835-1910, Complete|Albert Bigelow Paine
Here he was making terms with the enemy; doing it all, too, with imposingly judicial manner that was irresistible.
A tall, imposingly rotund man walked in, hat in hand, his fat and rosy face all smiling affability.The Quiver, 1/1900|Anonymous
British Dictionary definitions for imposingly
Word Origin and History for imposingly
"that impresses by appearance or manner," 1786, from present participle of impose (v.). Related: Imposingly.