imagining

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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMAGINING

His brother; imagining he had gone abroad, was unacquainted with his danger.

His earthly future, a future of his own imagining, drew him.

She smiled to herself again, imagining question and answer with Ruffo.

He clasped her gently, imagining that he might calm her by his embrace.

They are searching the shop, knocking the books about, imagining we are hidden among them!

Was there any common sense in imagining that people were persecuting him in that way?

Eric asked and wondered whether he was imagining a tremor in his voice.

I was wrong in imagining that all the four elements could be generated into and out of one another.

Perhaps, however, this was but his imagining, a sort of reflection of his own misery.

I've been imagining everything bad that could possibly happen.

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