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  • noun Plural form of imagining.

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Examples

  • All these designs proved vain imaginings-the astute statesmen failed to reckon with the virility and love of language of the French and the fertility of French mothers.

    Benjamin Franklin and Canada

  • Arriving there, he plunged fiercely into solving algebraical equations and working out geometry exercises, determined to put out of his head forthwith all vain imaginings of an enchanted orchard, white in the moonshine, with lilts of elfin music echoing down its long arcades.

    Kilmeny of the Orchard

  • [Page 58] shadows only, among the realities of living duty, inhabit hourly, daily, and for years, a world of imagined interests, wasting mental vigour upon exertions never made, and dimming common comforts by an ever-hovering mist of vain imaginings!

    Autobiography and Other Memorials of Mrs. Gilbert, Formerly Ann Taylor

  • "Now, if those things are not vain imaginings, Blanche, I do not know what are."

    The Semi-Detached House

  • It would be Hayek's dumber disciples that would be having those sorts of 'imaginings' - being familiar with

    Larvatus Prodeo

  • In none of my imaginings was my mother Spanish-speaking, or remarried, or awkward.

    VANISHING ACTS

  • In none of my imaginings was my mother Spanish-speaking, or remarried, or awkward.

    Vanishing Acts

  • In none of my imaginings was my mother Spanish-speaking, or remarried, or awkward.

    VANISHING ACTS

  • In none of my imaginings was my mother Spanish-speaking, or remarried, or awkward.

    VANISHING ACTS

  • All so-called imaginings are realities and forces of unseen element.

    In Tune with the Infinite or, Fullness of Peace, Power, and Plenty

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