What is another word for Visions?

973 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ vˈɪʒənz], [ vˈɪʒənz], [ v_ˈɪ_ʒ_ə_n_z]

Visions are mental images or ideas that give people an idea of what to expect. However, there are several other terms that can be used to describe this phenomenon. For example, the word "dreams" can be used to describe a vision that appears while someone is sleeping. The term "fantasies" can be used to describe unrealistic or imaginary visions. "Illusions" are visions that are deceptive or misleading, while "hallucinations" are sensory experiences that feel real despite not being based on external stimuli. Finally, the term "visions" can also be used to describe an intuitive or prophetic insight into future events. Overall, there are numerous synonyms that describe different types of visions and experiences.

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What are the opposite words for Visions?

The word "visions" expresses the ability to see or imagine things that are beyond the physical realm. Its antonyms convey the opposite meaning by indicating limitations or lack of imagination. Words like "realities," "facts," and "truths" suggest a focus on what is tangible and observable, while "limitations," "constraints," and "restrictions" illustrate boundaries and barriers. Similarly, antonyms like "dullness," "prosaic," and "drabness" suggest a lack of inspiration, creativity, and excitement. In contrast, words like "chaos," "disarray," and "confusion" imply a lack of clarity or structure. Overall, antonyms for "visions" relate to a narrow understanding of the world or absence of creative ability.

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Usage examples for Visions

Visions of a tank lady in the "Greatest Circus on Earth" came to him.
"The Mermaid of Druid Lake and Other Stories"
Charles Weathers Bump
Keen were all the impressions and Visions of his mind.
"The Eye of Dread"
Payne Erskine
The Visions were gone.
"The Eye of Dread"
Payne Erskine

Famous quotes with Visions

  • Visions of glory, spare my aching sight.
    Thomas Gray
  • Visions describe what best should be, could be - if and when mankind has the will to make them real.
    James Rouse
  • A Dreamer is often the Visionary who can see the beauty of Dawn in the midst of darkness of the night, while the rest of the world is deep asleep. Be a Dreamer, and never lose your Dreams and Visions; because those are your Segways to Success.
    Deodatta V. Shenai-Khatkhate
  • Dotty had Great Big Visions of Quietude. Dotty saw an Ad, and it Left her Flat. Dotty had a Great Big Snifter of Cyanide. And that (said Dotty) Is that.
    Dorothy Parker
  • To say he hath spoken to him in a Dream, is no more then to say he dreamed that God spake to him; which is not of force to win beleef from any man, that knows dreams are for the most part naturall, and may proceed from former thoughts; and such dreams as that, from selfe conceit, and foolish arrogance, and false opinion of a mans own goodlinesse, or other vertue, by which he thinks he hath merited the favour of extraordinary Revelation. To say he hath seen a Vision, or heard a Voice, is to say, that he dreamed between sleeping and waking: for in such manner a man doth many times naturally take his dream for a vision, as not having well observed his own slumbering. To say he speaks by supernaturall Inspiration, is to say he finds an ardent desire to speak, or some strong opinion of himself, for which hee can alledge no naturall and sufficient reason. So that though God Almighty can speak to a man, by Dreams, Visions, Voice, and Inspiration; yet he obliges no man to beleeve he hath so done to him that pretends it; who (being a man) may erre, and (which is more) may lie.
    Thomas Hobbes

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