Impressive and Signal


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Impressive adjective – Making a strong or vivid impression.
Usage example: an impressive ceremony

Signal and impressive are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Signal" instead an adjective "Impressive".
Nearby Words: impression, impress, impressed, impressible, impressively
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Signal adjective – Notably out of the ordinary.
Usage example: the year saw one signal triumph for the Labour party

Impressive and signal are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Impressive" instead an adjective "Signal".
Nearby Words: signaled, signalize, signally, signalling, signaling
Synonyms for Signal

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  • Anime / Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea Beyond the heroic scenes he gets, it's impressive how he mans the signal light - he reads, writes and mediates between his parents who just had a fight because his father had to stay out at sea.
  • This trope is a powerful tool; it leaves the impression of a powerful, impressive hero or sympathetic antagonist who has defeated his or her enemy so completely he could crush him with a signal... yet he doesn't, because he knows that it is not necessary.
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