envision

[ en-vizh-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF envision
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This first, envision it in your mind and you are in the state.

A trained man could envision a drug that would serve any desired purpose.

One could very well,” one of his biographers declares, “envision him as a knight in full armor leading a troop in the charge.

They could envision the meeting of those problems, and they could envision the obtaining of jungle-plows.

“I certainly agree with you,” declared Penny, for she could not envision young Ottman as a saboteur.

Ken found it hard to envision the Earth stirring with this much life after the destruction that had passed over it.

It was not easy to envision, but he found it impossible to imagine sinking back to his former state.

It was powered, equipped, and armed to meet any emergency which Gharlane's tremendous mind had been able to envision.

Its surface was a spherical projection of a moving Moebius strip and although he tried to envision the concept, he failed.

By the fourteenth century the Turks began to envision the conquest of Bulgaria.

WORD ORIGIN

1914, from en- (1) "make, put in" + vision. Related: Envisioned; envisioning. Earlier (1827) is envision'd in sense "endowed with vision."

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