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impressionist

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Painting and drawing, Music
impressionistim‧pres‧sion‧ist /ɪmˈpreʃənɪst/ noun [countable]  1 IMITATEsomeone who copies the speech or behaviour of famous people in order to entertain other people2 Impressionist
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impressionistThe superstitious 35-year-old singer and impressionist was remanded on bail in his absence charged with affray.Topping the bill will be comedy impressionist Al Meechie.Saez is a gifted impressionist, conjuring a flickering illusion of other places and cultures.The exhibition put to rest some of the myths surrounding impressionist paintings.As a boy I liked the impressionists, but I soon turned away from them.Sennelier is also noted for his profound knowledge of the impressionists and the birth of modernism.They were impressionist paintings, glowing colours that swirled into form.
ImpressionistImpressionistsomeone who uses impressionism in the paintings or music that they produce impressionist painters impressionist
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