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  • verbpicture in one's mind
  • verbconceive

synonyms for envisioning

  • anticipate
  • behold
  • conceive
  • conceptualize
  • contemplate
  • externalize
  • fancy
  • feature
  • foresee
  • form mental picture of
  • grasp
  • have a picture of
  • image
  • imagine
  • look upon
  • materialize
  • objectify
  • predict
  • realize
  • regard
  • see
  • survey
  • think up
  • view
  • view in mind's eye
  • vision
  • visualize
  • visualize
  • foresee
  • predict
  • anticipate
  • regard
  • realize
  • contemplate
  • see
  • conceive
  • envisage
  • materialize
  • image
  • feature
  • fancy
  • survey
  • externalize
  • imagine
  • grasp
  • objectify
  • behold
  • view
  • vision
  • conceptualize
  • look upon
  • think up
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I envisioned putting little surprises inside for him to find, like a new baseball cap or a pair of socks.
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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.
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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.
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I envision that She Votes will turn a focus on amplifying those voices and empowering women through various different channels.
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Submitted by Neil Reindel, the idea envisions rectangular blocks large enough to seat a party of two spaced out down a street’s parking lane.
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With the changes to Threads, one has to wonder if Facebook is now envisioning the standalone chat app as another potential entry point into its larger messaging platform.
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As always, the plan envisioned funding that payment through debt.
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KKR brought her in, and John Park, the lead investor on the deal, envisions Quarles overseeing “bigger and bolder deals.”
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At first, Abovitz envisioned some sort of media venture, a film, perhaps, or a game.
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