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Sometimes, he asked others to read him the plays so he could envision hearing them in the huddle.

Given how wide-reaching and long-lasting the coronavirus pandemic is proving to be, we couldn’t possibly have predicted or envisioned the circumstances we now find ourselves in.

The Colts finally have the defensive monster that Pagano envisioned.

Its resemblance to a soap opera is more pronounced, but there's no denying that viewers could never find a soap opera that is better made, better acted or more richly envisioned.

I envisioned a box that her brother could sit down at the table and open.

He can listen to the music and then do things with it that nobody even envisioned.

They envisioned warriors lost in battle, and women who died in childbirth, as honored spirits, circling the sun like hummingbirds.

It was just what Berners-Lee had envisioned, a Web that was read-write rather than read-only.

Originally I envisioned “Mr. Tall” as a novel, and originally I envisioned “Jack and the Mad Dog” as a novel.

By globalizing the federal structure of 1787, the professors envisioned “active democracy” across the world.

Its general outline is akin to the house we envisioned and the mellow tone of its red-shingled exterior has a charm of its own.

It can be argued that in the bombing campaign of Desert Storm, similar objectives were envisioned.

What are the key elements to apply Rapid Dominance for each envisioned threat?

So she might not wait but there were others; he'd envisioned himself fighting them off with a club after his successful return.

As vividly as the living truth, Jerry Markham envisioned himself sauntering down the sidewalk.


On this page you'll find 19 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to envisioned, such as: likely, predicted, proposed, scheduled, awaited, and coming.

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