impresse

impresse

(ɪmˈprɛs)
n
an archaic or poetic spelling of impress16, impress17
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RAITH ROVERS youngster Dene Shields could clinch a dream move to Sunderland if he impresses on a week's trial.
If Shields impresses Sunderland boss Peter Reid it would net the financially-troubled Fife club some valuable transfer cash.
Usually what ends up happening is they get on him and then he impresses them, too, getting three, four base hits a game and making diving plays, and he ends up their favorite.