To lay on, or set on; put, location, or deposit: as, to enforce, the hands in ordination or verification.
To set as a burden, or something becoming borne or endured; levy, inflict, or enforce, as by authority, energy, or impact: since, to enforce fees or penalties; to impose your viewpoints upon other people.
To obtrude fallaciously or deceitfully; palm off; pass down.
to correct upon; impute.
To subject by way of discipline.
In publishing, to put upon an imposing-stone or the bed of a press and secure in a chase, as pages of type or stereotype dishes.
To put or spot a weight or restraint; work with constraining effect: with upon: as, to impose upon one's determination or hospitality.
To practise deceptive trickery or imposture; act with a delusive effect: with upon: as, to impose upon one with false pretenses.