Definition of Important-looking
1. Adjective. Impressive in appearance.
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Literary usage of Important-looking
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1. The Story of the Rainbow Division by Raymond Sidney Tompkins (1919)
"All he saw in the gathering dusk was an important looking officer walking around, attired in what looked like a gray cape and a visored cap with a soft ..."
2. Sights and Scenes in Europe: Or, Pencilings by the Way, in England, Scotland by William Stevenson (1882)
"To-day my attention was attracted to a wonderfully important looking person in the livery of a footman, posing with folded arms on the box of a carriage, ..."
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