envisage[ en-viz-ij ]SEE DEFINITION OF envisage
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENVISAGE
And he was horror enough for any man in my circumstances to envisage.
Vainly I rack my brains to envisage the manner of their passing.
Polter continued standing, I could envisage his sardonic grin.
He did not at first envisage his own plight in definite and comprehensible terms.
Desperately I tried to envisage a situation so utterly beyond reason.
He attempted to envisage what attrition meant where millions were engaged.
In his heart, however, Uncle could not envisage Alfred as a prisoner.
Our minds, too, are not different in the Object which they envisage.
She could envisage the point of view of Kit's mother only too well, and sympathise with it.
I could envisage our weapons, useless from the lack of power.