- n. Plural form of imagination.
“People flexing their imaginations is always pleasing to me.”
“The bilingual adventurer, praised for encouraging kids to explore and use their imaginations, is a not only a TV sensation, but a global brand that attracts millions of kids through dolls, clothes, touring shows, DVDs and other merchandising and events.”
“The story, which is really improvised by their own imaginations from the chart (slipping from a theatrical metaphor to a jazz one) provided by the author, has become something they have also invested time and effort into creating, just as the writer did, and thus they feel it belongs to them, in a sense, as much as it does to its putative creator.”
“Divorce wasn't their idea; it seeped up into their imaginations from the depths of the cultural aquifer.”
“They already have inate vivid imaginations from the start and will produce their own wonderlands in addition to the ones that exist.”
“I believe we come by our emotional lives from our parents, just as we come by our imaginations from the natural world.”
“The make of them was from the artificer; they are creatures of men's vain imaginations and the works of men's hands, and therefore can have no divinity in them.”
“Reviewing Hitler’s Mein Kampf in 1969 Ballard remarks ‘[t] he psychopath never dates’ and speculates that: ‘perhaps one reason why the American and Russian space programs have failed to catch our imaginations is that this quality of explicit psychopathology is missing.’”
“Says Fredi, “When you are able to capture guests expectations and transfer in imaginations, you’re doing well”.”
“Our imaginations are the most potent engines of change in the universe.”
‘imaginations’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for imaginations.