Definitions

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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of envision.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. seen in the mind as a mental image

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Examples

  • Was it something you envisioned from the beginning, or did it evolve as your writing progressed?

    Meg Rosoff discusses her second novel Just in Case

  • They are more likely to survive, and they are the closest thing to how Darwin envisioned selection to work in removing the under performers.

    The Weasel Thread

  • Exactly, Spencer, this is exactly how McCain envisioned it would go when he fathered this girl 21 years ago during a drunken binge.

    Hate And War, The Only Things We Have Today | ATTACKERMAN

  • The ETF as envisioned is a great tool for silver investment for those unable or unwilling to buy, carry and store silver but what started as a way to encourage demand is now diverting demand from real silver which would tighten the supply and make us profits.

    Archive 2008-07-20

  • The society Heinlein envisioned still had elections (yes, only veterans could vote, but they were still elections), still had courts, still had law making bodies.

    2006 December « Hyperpat’s HyperDay

  • Chance, as I have it envisioned, is a 60 issue comic book.

    *idiotic grin*

  • This grand idea of a peaceful community of nations was again envisioned by British Foreign Secretary Edward Grey and later adopted by U.S.

    Multilateralism as the Response to Contemporary Challenges

  • "The only way to restore this republic our founders envisioned is to elevate honorable jurists like Samuel Alito," Santorum said.

    01/09/2006

  • His survey of the papabili, however, suggests that the fresh start he envisioned is unlikely.

    In Search of a Pope

  • For both Europe and Israel the Daddy State poses a tricky cultural challenge: to extend the bargain envisioned by Hobbes — a partial sacrifice of personal liberty in return for the state's protection — to isolated and distrusted Muslim minorities that have historically been overlooked or discriminated against.

    Dawn of the Daddy State

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