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At least the possibilities of stun-guns were envisioned in their childish games.

He had envisioned a use for it; or at least a place for which it seemed constructed.

He envisioned the fleets of Triom descending, the Triomeds emerging and infiltrating.

And the woman saw it, too, even though dimly; envisioned it humanly.

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

And, too, after he had envisioned the circumstance that he was now a man of means.

Leoh envisioned it as a device to enable men to rid themselves of hostility and tension safely.

For one thing, I have come to doubt seriously the rigidity of the coastal hiatus as I envisioned it in 1945.

The only shortcoming was the lack of the lovely young servitors Murphy had envisioned.

The pride swelled Lance's open-collared khaki shirt, as he envisioned himself at the ship's controls within a few minutes.

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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