create the impression

See: appear, demean
References in classic literature ?
She took snuff in such quantities as to create the impression that she owed the saffron of her lips and the adjacent parts to this circumstance; but it was the unvarying color of her whole face.
Effort is put to create the impression that everything is staged but unfortunately the "guns" and murder of innocent victims are realistic, Grumar concludes.
Thus, sounds associated with the auditory representation can impact the numeric value associated with the analog representation-that is, small sounds can create the impression of big deals," the authors said.
The front-end styling helps create the impression that the Golf Estate is both lower and wider, and there''s revised rear lights.
Summary: The National Liberal Party (NLP) denounced what it called "ongoing attempts of the Syrian government to create the impression that Lebanon was a refuge for terrorist factions" on Friday.
He said: "The club has not paid bonuses for more than two seasons yet create the impression that by sacking, everything will be well.
Indeed, Mr Miliband's words create the impression of a Prime Minister and government thrashing around like rats in a sinking ship.
I know it seems to create the impression they can serve for life now,'' Sonenshein said.
The last thing I would want to do is to create the impression that sectarianism came from only one side of the community.
Young musicians who aren't inherently out of their minds go to great lengths to cultivate Beverly Hillbilly--like personas and create the impression that their only influences are nonmusical--say, the rustling of trees or the yells of their alcoholic parents.
75m wide are used to create the impression of a solid, monolithic structure, like some weathered archaeological relic.
These three conditions create the impression that we are seeing a trend, while we are really just seeing a previously unrecognized phenomenon.