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I envisioned putting little surprises inside for him to find, like a new baseball cap or a pair of socks.

There were no models for democracy on the scale they envisioned.

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They looked beyond the disruption of the coronavirus — which in March started forcing the cancellation or postponement of competition — and envisioned an epic comeback.

While the study of hurricanes with tree rings is still quite novel, Valerie Trouet, a tree ring scientist at the Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research at the University of Arizona, envisions this work potentially strengthening climate modeling.

I envision that She Votes will turn a focus on amplifying those voices and empowering women through various different channels.

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I have trouble envisioning what “worse” could be, but it would most certainly get worse under either of those two.

And you'd face some truly epic problems getting insurers to insure it in the way that I think the author is envisioning.

In that last quote, she is pretty clearly envisioning the event as plausible and feeling horribly for her brother.

And he knew that he was envisioning something unprecedented.

Envisioning a New Future for Women If you could picture a different world for women in the future, what would it look like?

Mentally she was envisioning the whole scene of the story which hesitatingly—almost unwilling, it seemed—Elisabeth had poured out.

He lifted his bent head, his eyes gazing straight ahead of him, as though envisioning the lonely future and defying it.

What child, envisioning a desert island all his own could imagine that his island would be the whole world?

They had used many paper napkins the night before, merely envisioning these details.

He had some pleasure later, though, envisioning what went on in the normal, non-overdrive universe.


On this page you'll find 131 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to envisioning, such as: creative, imaginative, innovative, inventive, seminal, and unconventional.

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