Antonyms for images

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On all the housetops roundabout the women and the children were as still as images.

Mrs Verloc, who thought in images, was not troubled now by visions, because she did not think at all.

It captured and imprisoned the sounds as the photograph retained the images of light.

The mighty walls were wrought with images of earth and sea and sky.

The brackets on which these figures stood often remain, though the images have disappeared.

The images of the gods in the temple were all decayed, so that one could not distinguish one from the other.

The “spirit-tablet”: images of the gods were first introduced in China by the Buddhists.

Their statuettes and images of saints are often masterpieces.

If masturbation is not accompanied by any images, the question remains doubtful.

But over these images, vivid and distinct as nature herself, he has a 3.