envisioning

[ UK /ɛnvˈɪʒənɪŋ/ ]
[ US /ɛnˈvɪʒənɪŋ/ ]
NOUN
  1. visual imagery
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How To Use envisioning In A Sentence

  • Knowing our history is a prerequisite for understanding our present and envisioning our future.
  • Mr. McAllister inadvertently answers the question at book's end by envisioning a male Homo erectus from a million years ago, plucked off the African plain and plunked down at a Nascar event. Testosterone Put to the Test
  • We're all no doubt envisioning worthless adolescent punks who deserve to lose some teeth, but what if the perpetrator is female, or a precocious 12-year-old?
  • And here I was already envisioning another service voucher in my near future.
  • The envisioning process may be ignited by introspection or interpersonal interaction.
  • Another great public interview on the WELL's public Inkwell conference starts today: Bruce Sterling is being interviewed about his new book, "Tomorrow Now: Envisioning the Next 50 Years," which is a fantastic read that puts previous attempts at this kind of futurism, [cough Toffler cough] to shame: Boing Boing: December 29, 2002 - January 4, 2003 Archives
  • He's detail-oriented, and her strength lies in envisioning the big picture.
  • Consequently he was incompetent, cognitively incapable of envisioning change and probably dangerous.
  • Here I'm envisioning the magnificent performance of the late Henry Cele in Shaka Zulu multiplied severalfold across all genres. Collaboration
  • Is it bad that as soon as I read "putrescence" I started envisioning the Princess Bride.... Purging the Evil Within
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