Synonyms of vision in English:

vision

noun

  • 1 her vision was blurred by tears
    eyesight, sight, power of sight, faculty of sight, ability to see, power of seeing, powers of observation, observation, perception, visual perception;
    field of vision, view, perspective
  • 2 he gazes into the fire seeing visions of the ancestral pilgrims
    Scottish & Irish bodach;
    West Indian duppy
    informal spook
    rare eidolon, manes
  • 3 they have visions of a more hopeful future
    dream, daydream, reverie, mental picture, conceptualization;
    fantasy, fancy, flight of fancy, fanciful notion, pipe dream, delusion, figment of the imagination, prospect
  • 4 his conference speech was a little lacking in vision
    imagination, creativity, creative power, inventiveness, innovation, inspiration, intuition, perceptiveness, perception, breadth of view, foresight, insight, far-sightedness, prescience, discernment, awareness, penetration, shrewdness, sharpness, cleverness
  • 5 Melissa was a vision in pale lilac
    beautiful sight, vision of loveliness, feast for the eyes, pleasure to behold, delight, dream, beauty, spectacle, picture, joy, marvel, sensation
    informal sight for sore eyes, eyeful, stunner, cracker, smasher, knockout, looker, good-looker, bobby-dazzler, peach, honey
  • Word links

    visual, optical relating to vision
    perimetry measurement of field of vision

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