imprint

Part of speech: verb

To print by stamping or pressure; impress on the heart or mind.

Part of speech: noun

Something imprinted; an impression.

Part of speech: noun

A publisher's or printer's name, etc., printed in a book or the like.

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Usage examples "imprint":

  1. Again, we did leave our imprint in history." - "Invaders from the Infinite", John Wood Campbell.
  2. His first letters to his friends bore the imprint of good spirits; Algeria aroused his enthusiasm by its clear and vibrant colours; his disease declared a brief truce and he began to form projects. - "Bastien Lepage", Fr. Crastre.
  3. Of the particular acts which she has stated, I have no personal knowledge, as they occurred before my remembrance; but of the spirit that prompted them, and that constantly displays itself in scenes of similar horror, the recollections of my childhood, and the effaceless imprint upon my riper years, with the breaking of my heart- strings, when, finding that I was powerless to shield the victims, I tore myself from my home and friends, and became an exile among strangers- all these throng around me as witnesses, and their testimony is graven on my memory with a pen of fire. - "The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Omnibus", American Anti-Slavery Society.