impress

Impress vs Intrigue - What's the difference?

impress | intrigue |


As verbs the difference between impress and intrigue

is that impress is to affect (someone) strongly and often favourably while intrigue is .

As a noun impress

is the act of impressing .

Impress vs Charm - What's the difference?

impress | charm |


In lang=en terms the difference between impress and charm

is that impress is to seize or confiscate (property) by force while charm is to use a magical charm upon; to subdue, control, or summon by incantation or supernatural influence.

As verbs the difference between impress and charm

is that impress is to affect (someone) strongly and often favourably while charm is to seduce, persuade or fascinate someone or something.

As nouns the difference between impress and charm

is that impress is the act of impressing while charm is an object, act or words believed to have magic power or charm can be the mixed sound of many voices, especially of birds or children.

Glad vs Impress - What's the difference?

glad | impress |


As verbs the difference between glad and impress

is that glad is while impress is to affect (someone) strongly and often favourably.

As a noun impress is

the act of impressing .

Impress vs Repress - What's the difference?

impress | repress |


As verbs the difference between impress and repress

is that impress is to affect (someone) strongly and often favourably while repress is to press again.

As nouns the difference between impress and repress

is that impress is the act of impressing while repress is the act of repressing.

Impress vs Convince - What's the difference?

impress | convince |


As verbs the difference between impress and convince

is that impress is to affect (someone) strongly and often favourably while convince is to make someone believe, or feel sure about something, especially by using logic, argument or evidence.

As a noun impress

is the act of impressing .

Betoken vs Impress - What's the difference?

betoken | impress | Related terms |

Betoken is a related term of impress.


As verbs the difference between betoken and impress

is that betoken is signify by some visible object; show by signs or tokens while impress is to affect (someone) strongly and often favourably.

As a noun impress is

the act of impressing .

Impose vs Impress - What's the difference?

impose | impress |


As verbs the difference between impose and impress

is that impose is while impress is to affect (someone) strongly and often favourably.

As a noun impress is

the act of impressing .

Characterize vs Impress - What's the difference?

characterize | impress | Related terms |

Characterize is a related term of impress.


As verbs the difference between characterize and impress

is that characterize is to depict someone or something a particular way (often negative) while impress is to affect (someone) strongly and often favourably.

As a noun impress is

the act of impressing .

Impress vs Profound - What's the difference?

impress | profound |


As verbs the difference between impress and profound

is that impress is to affect (someone) strongly and often favourably while profound is (obsolete) to cause to sink deeply; to cause to dive or penetrate far down.

As nouns the difference between impress and profound

is that impress is the act of impressing while profound is (obsolete) the deep; the sea; the ocean.

As an adjective profound is

descending far below the surface; opening or reaching to great depth; deep.

Very vs Impress - What's the difference?

very | impress |


As an adjective very

is true, real, actual.

As an adverb very

is to a great extent or degree; extremely; exceedingly.

As a verb impress is

to affect (someone) strongly and often favourably.

As a noun impress is

the act of impressing .

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