Imprint [noun]

Definition of Imprint:

impression; symbol

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Megaplexes, designed during a blockbuster era of moviegoing, resemble airport hangars, with no discernible atmosphere or curatorial imprint, and “concessions” conceding to our worst instincts.

Reprinted by permission of Dey Street Books, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers.

Davis is a vice president at Simon & Schuster, where she founded and now leads 37 Ink, an imprint dedicated to sharing stories from marginalized communities.

The fresh imprint of a tiger's paw upon the pathway gives the same sort of feel to the Indian herdsman.

There are some people who leave impressions not so lasting as the imprint of an oar upon the water.

He trudged across burning lava on which his feet left their imprint; he had the appearance of a desperately dogged traveller.

Three hundred copies of this book printed for England, and two hundred, with an American imprint, for sale in that country.

Do not suppose that the Scotchman ran to imprint a farewell kiss on the brow of his dead son.