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visualize is a synonym of envision

verb [ vizh-oo-uh-lahyz ]

visualize is another word for envision

Envision means to picture something in your mind, especially a future event (He spent the day envisioning his ideal wedding).

Visualize means to picture something in your mind, often in great detail (visualize a pink elephant).

Envision and visualize have very similar meanings. But visualize can be used to refer to any kind of mental picture of something (I visualize my goals to keep me focused at work).

Envision generally, but not always, implies an element of realism or a likelihood that the envisioned event will occur (I couldn’t envision the conversation going well).

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witty is a synonym of funny

adjective [ wit-ee ]

witty is another word for funny

Funny describes someone who is good at making other people laugh, or tends to behave in a way that amuses other people (People liked him because he was funny).

Witty describes someone who has a lot of wit—they’re perceptive and clever, and use those skills to amuse people (She was a very witty writer).

Funny is more general: it can involve being witty, or it can involve making jokes, or doing amusing things (He was always making jokes that were funny but a bit silly).

Witty describes a specific way of being funny, where you use cleverness and insightfulness to express yourself (He had a witty and dry sense of humor).

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oscillate is a synonym of wobble

verb [ os-uh-leyt ]

oscillate is another word for wobble

Wobble means to move unsteadily, especially from side to side (We watched the kitten wobble across the floor).

Oscillate means to move from side to side, or to and fro (The pendulum oscillated back and forth).

✅ Both words can also be used metaphorically: wobble suggests being undecided or wavering in a decision (He wobbled over the decision), and oscillate suggests to go from one feeling to another and back (She oscillated between happiness and nervousness).

Wobble suggests an irregular kind of movement. Oscillate suggests a regular and predictable movement back and forth to the same spot.

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