Definition of impressionistically in English:



  • See impressionistic

    • ‘She recommends learning impressionistically - getting the big picture before considering the details.’
    • ‘The total population of England in 1600 was probably fairly close to 4.1 million (and Scotland, Ireland, and Wales, much more impressionistically, 1.9 million).’
    • ‘Within this framework the essays move impressionistically back and forth with little attention to, or interest in, specific chronology.’
    • ‘Debussy's impressionistically languid Premier Rhapsodie was filled with warm, burnished tonal sheen and fetching sounds.’
    • ‘The photographs-typical, odd, hypnotizing - were impressionistically combined with fragmentary recordings of conversations among people flipping through their own family albums.’