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  • v. Present participle of envision.
  • n. Something envisioned.

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

  • n. visual imagery


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  • What should we aim for, in envisioning an economy and culture for our children that will give them opportunities for meaningful, enjoyable, and sustaining employment?

    The Saturday Word: Roads and Cars - The Caucus Blog -

  • COLUMBUS, Ohio (CNN) - Sen. John McCain - envisioning his election to the presidency and the state of affairs at the end of what would be his first-term - thinks the Iraq war will be won but the threat from the Taliban in Afghanistan won't yet be eliminated, even though Osama bin Laden will be captured or killed.

    'President' McCain looks four years down the road

  • The first step in envisioning a creature for me is to pretend to be that particular animal.

    2007 May 05 « One-Minute Book Reviews

  • 3For their assistance in envisioning the next stages of this project during a residence at the Canadian Centre for Architecture, I am grateful to Martin Kemp, Alain Laforest, Dirk de Meyer, Alexis Sornin, and the CCA's remarkable staff and volunteers, including Genevieve Dalpe, Aliki Economides, and Megan Spriggs.

    Architecture and Memory: The Renaissance Studioli of Federico da Montefeltro

  • Considering how miserable they are at 'envisioning', you'd think they'd give up an rely upon real market data.

    The hurled turgidity (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • Mr. VASQUEZ: I think that that song, especially, is - when I'm saying, time all you people, I'm really saying it to myself, and I'm kind of envisioning somebody singing it at me.

    Delta Spirit's 'Ode To Sunshine'

  • I'm kind of envisioning Edward in a Morgan Freeman-Bruce Almighty kind of thing ... popping up in mirrors, water.

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • City plans 'envisioning' session toward extending 10-year plan


  • That's the intent of the city's second "envisioning" meeting to be conducted Saturday.


  • Then, eventually, I started hearing the New Age folks talk about "envisioning" what you want to see happen, and the quantum physics intellectuals putting out the idea that not only does energy manifest real stuff out of thin air, but a butterfly flapping its wings on one side of the earth sets dominoes to falling on the other side of the globe.

    Why Am I Not Surprised?


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