What is another word for envisions?

Pronunciation: [ɛnvˈɪʒənz] (IPA)

Envisions is a verb that means to imagine or visualize something in one's mind. However, there are many synonyms for this word that can be used to add variety to writing or speech. Some possible synonyms for envisions are visualizes, sees, pictures, conceives, fantasizes, imagines, dreams, foresees, presents, and portrays. All of these words convey the idea of mentally creating a picture or scenario in one's thoughts. By using different synonyms for envisions, writers and speakers can paint a richer or more nuanced picture of their ideas and concepts.

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Usage examples for Envisions

Within the next 10 years, my program envisions: 200 major nuclear powerplants; 250 major new coal mines; 150 major coal-fired powerplants; 30 major new refineries; 20 major new synthetic fuel plants; the drilling of many thousands of new oil wells; the insulation of 18 million homes; and the manufacturing and the sale of millions of new automobiles, trucks, and buses that use much less fuel.
"Complete State of the Union Addresses from 1790 to the Present"

Famous quotes with Envisions

  • Whoever envisions not one but two series in New York?
    Christopher Meloni
  • A child’s mind is open to learn, and it is a cruel and heartless thing to fill it with myth disguised as history, to impose upon it a bogus lifelong perspective, and close it up again, leaving it proof against common sense and all argument. Surely, if there is a hell, people who do this are the ones who will get their tickets punched. A judgment by the God who devised the quantum system should be considerably different from the one the Reverend Koestler envisions. I gave you a sky full of stars, and you never raised your eyes. I gave you a brain, and you never used it.
    Jack McDevitt

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