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Definition of impose:

  1. To lay on; to enjoin; to obtrude deceptively; to arrange the pages for printing, and prepare the form for the press. To impose on, to deceive.
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Quotes for impose:

  1. The poet must decide not to impose his feelings in order to write without sentimentality.
  2. The activists will not stop in trying to impose their extreme views on the rest of us, and they have now plotted out a state -by -state strategy to increase the number of judicial decisions redefining marriage without the voice of the people being heard.
  3. To conquer the command of the air means victory; to be beaten in the air means defeat and acceptance of whatever terms the enemy may be pleased to impose.
  4. No weapon has ever settled a moral problem. It can impose a solution but it cannot guarantee it to be a just one.
  5. There are plenty of bad editors who try to impose their own vision on a book.

Rhymes for impose:

  1. bose, close, clothes, doze, hose, nose, pose, prose, rose, throes, beaus, boes, brose, chose, froze, joes, noes, o's, slows, those, crows, boase, mose, jos, goes, bows, grows, flows, pros, foes, shows, blows, rows, hoes, sews, glows, throws, knows, tows, ohs, cose, ose, rohs, woes, pows, crose, gose, lo's, lows, moes, ngos, owes, roes, sows, toes, vose, lowes, bowes, snows;
  2. compose, depose, disclose, dispose, enclose, expose, foreclose, oppose, propose, repose, suppose, transpose, arose, stavros, dubose, forgoes, bestows, tarots, plainclothes;
  3. decompose, interpose, juxtapose, predispose, presuppose, reimpose;
  4. overexpose, superimpose;
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