- n. a mental image produced by the imagination
“Wislawa Szymborska's making of poems is the perfection of the word-object, of the exquisitely chiseled thought-image - allegro ma non troppo, as one of her poems is called.”
“The slightest improper inflection, the wrong thought-image of a word, or any distraction can cause a spell to fail " or to have unintended consequences. ”
“The change recalled a Llondelei thought-image shared on the night he and the Kielmark had set off for Shadowfane from Morbrith: 'You will know pure matrix from that enslaved by demons, for bonding turns the colour like wine.”
“Through fragmented phrases, bits of thought-image, and ragged patches of vision, Jaric saw a Thienz hand Scait a dark chunk of crystal.”
“Her thought-image came tinged with anger, a bitterness indefinably deep.”
“Her thought-image qualified, showing a smooth, spherical object that drifted at the height of a man's shoulder.”
“Progress; all safe," was the thought-image that came to him.”
“She did not fully appreciate until afterward that it was her own brain which did the translating; the surgeon's subconscious mind had merely furnished a thought-image which would have been exactly the same, regardless of language.”
“Looking at this most interesting and suggestive series, it is clear that in these pictures that which is obtained is not the thought-image, but the effect caused in etheric matter by its vibrations, and it is necessary to clairvoyantly see the thought in order to understand the results produced.”
“But if by chance she had ate her heart out in that house, brooding and fretting, one could think that she might have cast a shell and left some thought-image of herself behind her. ”
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