Examples of impressionist in a Sentence
a celebrated impressionist who can do enough rapid-fire imitations to populate an entire stage with characters
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However, Stork did consider impressionists for the roles.
Two of the show’s biggest personalities (Jones and Davidson) are stand-ups, who are less strong as sketch performers, and there’s a serious absence of good impressionists, another crucial part of SNL’s DNA.
As Vilbar noted in an article in the museum's Members Magazine about the new gallery rotation, trade with the West exposed Japanese artists to powerful influences from Western art, including the work of French Impressionists and post-Impressionists.
In West Hartford, a favorite was Connecticut impressionists.
Buffet, 6 p.m.; concert, 7:15 p.m. Voice impressionist and comedian.
Gorshin, an accomplished actor and impressionist, also held the distinction of appearing as the inaugural supervillain to battle Batman and Robin in the series’ first episode.
At training camp last season, Brandon Armstrong, a basketball impressionist with a large online following, shared some of his comedic stylings with the players.
All week long, Sotheby’s, Christie’s and Phillips reported sales totals that swung from stable to exuberant—a sign that once-wary collectors seem increasingly eager to splurge on blue-chip impressionist, modern and contemporary art.
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