Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


And simultaneously he envisaged the present reality of Saturn.

I envisaged then this tiny Moon-crater, the scene of this battle we were waging.

He envisaged the possibility of a vanquished and dismembered France.

For the first time I envisaged it in its heartbreaking beauty.

Already she had envisaged his life from the cradle to the grave.

We have not envisaged whole languages as conforming to this or that general type.

I envisaged the full joy and rapture of this thought for perhaps half a minute.

He had envisaged a short scandal, and then his and Peggy's marriage.

She came to herself with a shudder and envisaged her circumstance.

Now I envisaged Immortality and splendid and awful was its face.