imagine[ ih-maj-in ]SEE DEFINITION OF imagine
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMAGINE
He cannot imagine a more salutary mode of exhausting his force.
What do you imagine you could employ yourself with down there?
It arose, I imagine, from an excess of the masculine element in his nature.
"You could not imagine what occurred next," said the bright-faced teacher.
They won't come, to be sure; but just imagine it if they should!
Imagine what a contrast it would be to anything that she has ever seen!
To imagine that for anything she would forsake the work she had been sent to do!
I imagine he was asked by the author to touch up "Pericles."
Let us imagine Man ere he began to make gods in his own image.
Just imagine; and that, too, at fourscore and ten years of age.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR IMAGINE
- figure out
- have in mind
- mull over
- rack one's brains
- sort out
- stop to consider
- take under consideration
- turn over
- use one's head