Impressive, as by virtue of size, bearing, or power: the monarch's imposing presence. See Synonyms at grand.(adjective)
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Use "imposing" in a sentence
"While the large vessel looked imposing from the outside, the interior was actually cramped."
"Where might symmetry play a useful role in imposing First Amendment constraints on regulations of commercial speech?"
"A later statesmen, Lord Curzon, nearly prevailed in imposing some sort of order; his Polish-Russian line was as close as it ever got to ideal."