from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A plural of imago.
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- n. Plural form of imago.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of imagine.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Latin plural of imago.
In Sarah Shun-Lien Bynum's "Ms. Hempel Chronicles," for example, the schoolteacher of the title imagines her students as "tenderhearted vultures."
Frankenstein imagines is directed against himself ( "I carried pistols and a dagger constantly about me," (III: 5: 30).
One imagines from the havoc wreaked on local currencies that the retreat in metals prices (and some grains) is going to ravage the economies of places like Brazil and Argentina.
Last night on "Jimmy Kimmel Live," Kimmel sympathized with Sheen's publicist, who he imagines is having a hard time coming up with ways to excuse the actor's behavior.
Stephen Chu wants your children to live worse so that his children can live better — in the world he imagines is the correct one.
[Morson then continues]: When Kitty insists on going with him [Levin, her husband] to his dying brother Nikolai, Levin imagines that she is simply afraid to be alone.
Think of God as the author of the world - only the world he imagines is real and the characters are both real and free - and take it from there.
Early on, for instance, young Joe Kavalier almost drowns while attempting a Houdini-like escape designed to gain entrance to what he imagines is a glamorous private club for magicians.
The order that our mind imagines is like a net, or like a ladder, built to attain something.
And I’d still like to know if Professor Bernstein imagines that his forebears might have made a better choice than the US, notwithstanding its inclinations to “activist” over “libertarian” government, and its faults and history of antisemitism, when they fled the Czar.