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John Cooper was not characteristically a seer of visions or a dreamer of dreams.
PETER COOPERROSSITER W. RAYMOND
Visions in the distance appear of a wife washing the children and putting them to bed.
Lono-kai danced in magic power before all the people until the time came for him to go along the path of his visions of the night.
LEGENDS OF GODS AND GHOSTS (HAWAIIAN MYTHOLOGY)W. D. (WILLIAM DRAKE) WESTERVELT
The bias of his character, the visions of his reveries, and the cast of his figure and physiognomy, were decidedly military.
THE ENTAILJOHN GALT
Yet how strongly contrasted, sometimes, is the outward reality round the poet with the visions of his inward being.
Swedenborg alone equals him in the veracity and intensity of his visions.
Visions, possibly telepathic or clairvoyant, implying acquirement of knowledge by supernormal means.
COCK LANE AND COMMON-SENSEANDREW LANG
I have had dreams—day visions, more transporting than any the night bestows.
Such dreamers know how to make their dreams come true, and how to change their visions into realities.
INDIA: WHAT CAN IT TEACH US?F. MAX MLLER
The visions which disturbed Marishka Strahni in that dim borderland between sleep and waking persisted in her dreams.
THE SECRET WITNESSGEORGE GIBBS