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Leftwich always wanted to hear the actual play, because he could visualize it as Arians called it.

We can visualize the 2020 results by plotting the percentage of counties that fell into any given five-point range of margins.

By clicking a button, they can visualize the what happens if you pay, for example, $20 or $50 more per month.

The local branch got “Crystalline,” a concept that’s harder to visualize.

The map visualizes each county’s polling average from January 1 to January 14.

So, he has access to his entire timeline, and it was up to the visualizers to visualize it in some way that it might be.

You had to visualize what all the pieces were and make sure you found them.

For those that need to visualize this, think about the way hamburger grease clogs your drains.

The more he talked, the more promoters and fans were able to visualize a Clay-Liston fight.

It helps [to] visualize the dish before you do it, it helps you with your daily process, it helps putting it together.

Lamb could visualize him putting his coat on a hanger, carefully folding a scarf over it.

All that day Houston thought of it, dreamed of it, tried to visualize it,—the fight of a railroad against the snows of the hills.

What were they all doing, those crowds that she could visualize so plainly?

He tried to visualize the planet he was coming to, but no pictures formed in his mind.

In her mind's eye she could visualize the lifted eyebrows of the day shift guards as they glanced over the huddled crew.


On this page you'll find 58 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to visualize, such as: anticipate, dream up, envision, apprehend, create, and divine.

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