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noun as in ability to perceive with eyes

noun as in very beautiful thing or person

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Example Sentences

And so it was that the federal government did not shut down just when we all had visions of sugar plumbs dancing in our heads.

Her experiences are recorded in a prison diary in which she has visions that have significance for the whole community.

None of the artisans Hetflaisz spent time with were resentful of the artists whose visions they spend their days interpreting.

“I wake up and I pray, and then I see visions and I explain all those to my mom,” who would give her canvases to re-create them.

Lots of the characters on The Leftovers are plagued by dreams, and visions.

The man that giveth heed to lying visions, is like to him that catcheth at a shadow, and followeth after the wind.

There was but one man in the camp who did not coincide in those glittering visions.

For the first, and up to now as I write, the only, time in his life he realized the gorgeous visions of pallid years.

He seemed to have abandoned himself to a reverie, and to be seeing pleasing visions in the amber bead.

Through all these rapid visions there ran an undefined, uneasy consciousness of pain, which wearied and tormented him incessantly.


On this page you'll find 98 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to visions, such as: eyesight, perception, view, seeing, sight, and faculty.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.