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And our bias renders us perhaps equally incapable of envisaging the mind of the enemy.

Life was no longer boring, he was envisaging everything from a new point of view, he had no longer any ambition.

This was the refuge he kept locked, using the expression and envisaging it.

If Winter ComesA.S.M. Hutchinson

He glanced back at his house and garden, envisaging them for the first time, as it were, from her point of view.

A stern way of envisaging the world: but it gives not only security against the gods, but also resignation and tranquillity.

"Or—" Cassandra began, but checked herself from the liberty of envisaging Katharine as the widow of a distinguished lawyer.

Night and DayVirginia Woolf

The fallacy of such arguments lies in envisaging the large problem of East and West from its partial expression.

There are two ways of envisaging those aspects of nature which appear to bear the impress of reason or intelligence.

And then one of the towers flashed on a sub-ray—the dull infra-red for envisaging the slow rays below the power of human sight.

Tarrano the ConquerorRaymond King Cummings

He was envisaging the days which were now bound to come with a peculiar sense of tension.

The Road to the OpenArthur Schnitzler

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