Definitions

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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of vision.
  • adj. Having the power of seeing visions; inspired.
  • adj. Seen in visions.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Having the power of seeing visions; inspired; also, seen in visions.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Having the power of seeing visions; hence, inspired.
  • Seen in a vision; formed by the fancy, or in a dream, trance, or the like; produced by a vision; spectral.

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Examples

  • Each from his voiceless grave: they have in visioned bowers

    Aaron Anstett reads “Hymn to Intellectual Beauty” by Percy Bysshe Shelley

  • Billy visioned the grassy slopes pastured with his horses and cattle, and found it hard to turn his back; but he listened with

    CHAPTER IX

  • They were sharp with detail, for she had visioned them many times, though their content was of things she had never seen.

    CHAPTER VI

  • But in them his swift imagination visioned the joys of life they would buy, and all the desires and appetites of his diseased mind and sickly flesh were tickled by the promise they extended.

    JUST MEAT

  • Again Graham visioned the white round of knee pressed into the round muscles of the swimming Mountain Lad, as he noted the firm knee-grip on her pigskin English saddle, quite new and fawn-colored to match costume and horse.

    CHAPTER XVI

  • He would stand up, with open eyes, and he would struggle and toil and learn until, with eyes unblinded and tongue untied, he could share with her his visioned wealth.

    Chapter 10

  • She felt it, and visioned it as by an unthinkable clairvoyance, and gasped, for the flurry of war was over.

    CHAPTER IV

  • She kissed the bullet hole in it, made in the fight at Little Meadow, as she kissed her father's sword, the while she visioned him, as she always did, astride his roan warhorse.

    CHAPTER XIX

  • His ancestors had been deliberately and consciously chosen by men, who, somewhere in the forgotten past, had taken the wild-dog and made it into the thing they visioned and admired and desired it to be.

    CHAPTER III

  • It seems that afresh upon me is the thirst that was mine when tormented by the visioned tongue of the harpooner.

    THE BONES OF KAHEKILI

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