- But never in my wildest dreams did I imagine something like this could have happened.
- I had expected some reaction from imagining stories of those who did not make it home.
- The images of them flying around the house imagining themselves as their favourite anime hero is too cute.
- I would even have believed that I imagined the whole thing, except that there was a cold bottle of water left on the seat next to me.
- He shrugged and resumed his watch with a sigh after moments of silence, believing he had imagined the noise.
- Few architects draw strange shapes for their own sake: there is usually some kind of real or imagined logic driving them.
- I think everyone imagines that they are either ‘live’ or far more recent.
- If the paranoid imagines that everyone he meets is involved in a nebulous pattern of malign intentions, in his accident scene the harm was literal and the direct cause perceptible.
- We are supposed to imagine that this telephone conversation could be taking place right now.
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- She makes her intellectual project ‘an effort to avert the critical gaze from the racial object to the racial subject; from the described and imagined to the describers and imaginers…’
- For all you imaginers out there, imagine it vividly.
- He regards his work with a similar reverence, pointing to the fact that he sees himself not simply as creative imaginer but as interpreter and communicator of a further world existing alongside this one.
Middle English: from Old French imaginer, from Latin imaginare 'form an image of, represent' and imaginari 'picture to oneself', both from imago, imagin- 'image'.
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