Definition of imposingly in English:

imposingly

adverb

See imposing

‘And at an imposingly athletic 6ft 3ins tall, he doesn't have to do much to command the attention of the room.’
  • ‘These poems evoke outer and inner landscapes that have worn and changed with time but are still imposingly alive.’
  • ‘Seated in a big chair there was a large man dressed imposingly in what looked like formal military costume.’
  • ‘At the end of the corridor was an imposingly dark door, with a big, heavy knob.’
  • ‘Up ahead she saw buildings of metal and mortar rise up imposingly and vehicles of every sort whir by, both in the air and on the ground.’