[ US /ɛnˈvɪzɪdʒ/ ]
[ UK /ɛnvˈɪsɪd‍ʒ/ ]
  1. form a mental image of something that is not present or that is not the case
    Can you conceive of him as the president?
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How To Use envisage In A Sentence

  • It was also envisaged that they would play an advocacy and educational role on behalf of dementia sufferers throughout their area.
  • It is more than a decade since a coach and her young prodigy stood on a windswept Sheffield running track and envisaged the future. Times, Sunday Times
  • Early ideas had envisaged a mobile linear defence. NATO's Changing Strategic Agenda
  • However, Capt Amarinder Singh had also made it clear that Act also envisaged termination of all other agreements relating to Ravi-Beas waters and to discharge Punjab government from the obligations hereunder.
  • Living the student lifestyle, it becomes difficult to envisage yourself in a ‘normal’ routine.
  • All too often one envisages a harried producer refusing to agree to the cost of another trashed vehicle.
  • He envisages a future in which America's fuel will come from planting above ground rather than drilling below it. Times, Sunday Times
  • Personally, I find thinking of God in Trinitarian terms particularly helpful in making sense of the notion of God as eternal love, since it is hard to envisage love or at least, a love that is not egocentrical without there being more than one person. Ecce Recensus: The Only True God Persuades A Skeptic
  • Both of these envisage a pot of compensation money and a mechanism for divvying it up, permitting the free exchange of artistic goods.
  • Bottom or near-bottom feeding of the L klingeri animal as a scavenger or as a microphagous predator is envisaged, in a low-energy environmental setting.
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