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Definition of "imposer" [im•pos•er]

  • One who imposes. (noun)

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Use "imposer" in a sentence
  • "Understanding this allows us to see through the triplistic appearance of a seemingly concrete self-sufficient "me," a seemingly concrete imposer "you," and a seemingly concrete act of expressing affection as a threatening demand."
  • "In that 1st century,to preach that the Son of God had come as a humble worker and had been crucified nude like an imposer sounded no serious for many."
  • "Asian liberation/liberal theologians recognize Vatican as an imposer of imperialistic Roman culture to Asian countries."