- v. Simple past tense and past participle of envision.
- adj. seen in the mind as a mental image
“Was it something you envisioned from the beginning, or did it evolve as your writing progressed?”
“They are more likely to survive, and they are the closest thing to how Darwin envisioned selection to work in removing the under performers.”
“Exactly, Spencer, this is exactly how McCain envisioned it would go when he fathered this girl 21 years ago during a drunken binge.”
“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.”
“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.”
“Chance, as I have it envisioned, is a 60 issue comic book.”
“This grand idea of a peaceful community of nations was again envisioned by British Foreign Secretary Edward Grey and later adopted by U.S.”
“The only way to restore this republic our founders envisioned is to elevate honorable jurists like Samuel Alito," Santorum said.”
“His survey of the papabili, however, suggests that the fresh start he envisioned is unlikely.”
“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.”
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