Example sentences for: impose

How can you use “impose” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • He spent most of his life trying to impose order on the chaos of the emerging American market--partly because the United States was still dependent on foreign capital, and European investors tended to yank their money out whenever things got too crazy here.

  • Not content to rule out policies (however worthy) that impose a cost on most taxpayers, Clinton and Blair often go further, saying that their main fiscal goal is to improve the position of the middle class.

  • The Report and Order does not impose an information collection, although the Commission expects that future rulemaking in this area will impose such a requirement.

  • And whether or not all the right jobs are filled with exactly the right people, the United States still manages to negotiate with China and the United Nations, the civil rights division still manages to file cases, and judges still manage to impose sentences.

  • In 1995, he and congressional Democrats defeated a House Republican bill to penalize plaintiffs for frivolous lawsuits and to impose "loser pays" rules.


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