Definitions

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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of envisage.
  • adj. visualized, conceived, imagined

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Ndlovu said the committee would meet next week to map out details of what he described as the envisaged staggered mass action.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • This was the kind of scenario that Heinlein envisaged in his line marriages of The Moon is a Harsh Mistress, or a little more formally, with written contracts, as his S-Groups of Friday.

    2007 June « Hyperpat’s HyperDay

  • One change from the terms envisaged in the April agreement was that the community would participate in Alexkor's mining activities from the date the agreement was made a court order, rather than when mining rights were transferred to the community, as originally envisaged.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The most moderate editorialists and commentators on this continent have agreed almost unanimously that this is not a program for raising the welfare of the masses such as one would expect if Stalin envisaged a long period of peaceful co-operation and trade with the rest of the world.

    The Russian Riddle

  • To move toward such a rapprochement of souls is the natural tendency of a foundation with an international character and an idealistic outlook which implies that the entire civilized world is envisaged from a purely intellectual point of view as constituting one single and identical republic of minds.

    Henri Bergson - Banquet Speech

  • If that wasn’t bad enough Lucas grew increasingly insistent that the 6 part Star Wars saga we now have is what he envisaged from the beginning.

    Where Star Wars Went (and keeps going) Wrong | Solar Flare: Science Fiction News

  • That would go further than the idea envisaged by Google in Kansas City, where it would use only its own network to deliver the video.

    Google Ponders Pay-TV Business

  • Issues were not speedily defined as envisaged in the plea procedure; delaying tactics, such as firing legal representatives, were still used.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • From this point onward, earth and water between them held no marvels like to those "M. de C." had "envisaged" -- if I translate him correctly.

    Traffics and Discoveries

  • "If this demand were to rise faster than currently envisaged, which is a possibility even assuming a slow economic recovery, then a more significant production expansion will be required."

    BusinessWeek.com -- Top News

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